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Public Address 05/12/06 - Doing The Rounds

PUBLIC ADDRESS 05/12/06 - Doing the Rounds

Doing the Rounds | Dec 05, 2006 11:30
Russell Brown's Hard News

Fresh FM's Matt Lawrey asked John Key a good question last week: "In 1981, were you for or against the Springbok Tour?" It's a good question because it explores a fundamental divide in New Zealand society...
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Stop Making Cents | Dec 05, 2006 08:15
David Slack on his own account

NCEA English 2007 Summer Class Compare the following two pieces of writing, then answer the following questions. Media release Newmarket Business Association Monday, 4 December 2006 Unbelievable that Reserve Bank runs out of new coins in lead up to Christmas....
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Blow Me | Dec 04, 2006 23:58
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Before the papers get hold of it, I guess it's time for me to confess my own U2 concert fracas. I asked a young woman standing next to me – somewhat rhetorically I confess – whether she would mind not being so annoying, please...
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