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Public Address 30/11/06 - Citizen Key II

PUBLIC ADDRESS 30/11/06 - Citizen Key II: The High School Years

Citizen Key II: The High School Years | Nov 30, 2006 10:46
Russell Brown's Hard News

Wherein I take up David Slack's search for the soul of John Key. I can tell you that the new National leader and I attended Christchurch's Burnside High School together. I gather that we both met our soulmates in that time...,


There is a better way. | Nov 30, 2006 09:29
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Underbelly of the Dragon by Phil Taylor in the Review section of the Weekend Herald, was a salacious Scorsese retelling of the Tam Yam Ah assassination, but was actually excellent. It covered a lot of the same ground as the Coddington article - so why was 'Underbelly of...,


You win, I lose, eat that | Nov 29, 2006 12:03
Keith Ng: 52% law-abiding.

When I first started out in student media, I received a sound piece of general legal advice: Defamation is easy. If you didn't publish anything that was potentially defamatory, you wouldn't publish anything about anyone at all...,


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