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Public Address 12/12/06 - Our Man In Hong Kong

PUBLIC ADDRESS 12/12/06 - Our Man in Hong Kong

Who's the real Dick, then? | Dec 12, 2006 06:38
Keith Ng from Secret Pirate Island

So... what about that Don Brash then? I hear he's not the National Party leader anymore. Ahem. I think it's the jetlag. I've moved back about 300 timezones, so I'm a bit behind on the news...,


Touch the Sly | Posted at 9:09AM on 12 Dec 06. Real Times: The Documentary Channel blog and forum, with The Doctor.

Dutch director Water Stokman's Let Me Have It All, a road-movie documentary following his search for the crazy, brilliant funk president Sly Stone, gets a screening on the Documentary Channel at 10pm tonight …,126,


If you've ever been involved in a discussion about Auckland transport …| OurTube post by Damon Maria 12:14AM on 12 Dec 06
Part one of a documentary about how Auckland Loves the Car …,125,


Certifiably Ill | Dec 11, 2006 10:20
David Slack on his own account

One is labouring under the burden of a cold, so instead of offering one's own insights, one will share the anecdotes of others this morning. 1. All politics is local In 1874, Alfred Packer, having been enlisted to guide five homesteaders along the Mormon Trail into Colorado during a heavy...,


Down in the Park? | Dec 11, 2006 09:47
Russell Brown's Hard News

It appears that Carlaw Park stadium ain't dead yet. There's a BOOT proposal pending from private interests. I still have my doubts about available space, especially for egress, but the idea of spending $400 million on Eden Park is such a stinker that I'm very happy to listen...,

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