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Public Address 01/12/06 - Aggregate Me, Baby!

PUBLIC ADDRESS 01/12/06 - Aggregate Me, Baby!

Aggregate me, baby! | Dec 01, 2006 10:46
Russell Brown's Hard News

Do we have a little bit of a situation here? A senior employee from iTunes in the US has been here this week - not that there's anything happening, you understand - to talk with potential aggregators for New Zealand content on the iTunes store due to launch next week...,


The End of Lake Ellesmere? | Dec 01, 2006 09:57
David Haywood from Christchurch

On a recent assignment for Avenues Magazine I had the pleasure of working with American photographer Brian Harmon. Although he has only lived in this country for a few years, Brian has managed to capture some extraordinary images of New Zealand...,


Ewan's swollen member, and other tales | Posted at 9:21AM on 1 Dec 06.
Real Times, the Documentary Channel Blog with The Doctor

This month's Skywatch features a smouldering cover shot of Ewan McGregor, on occasion of Return of the Sith reaching the small screen. But the actor features in a more interesting programme - or at least one you haven't already seen - from this Sunday night.,105,


NGA: occupational overuse | Dec 01, 2006 05:06
Keith Ng: 16% law-abiding.

Click here for more NGA.,


Citizen Key With A Vengeance | Nov 30, 2006 19:39
David Slack on his own account

I can still remember my first morning at Burnside High. A smarmy thuggish type cornered me in the boy's toilets. The next minute he and two of his acne-ravaged friends were holding me upside down and giving me the time honoured ducking ritual...,


Tri Series League - Blue collar telly | Posted at 3:08PM on 30 Nov 06
Stacey Perrett in Monitor on Public Address System

I swear I can't take it much longer. Please for the love of god can SKY ditch their shabby attempts at localising televised rugby league by using Peter Ropati and Steven MacGyver …,103,


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