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Public Address 26/11/07 - Back To The Mainstream

PUBLIC ADDRESS 26/11/07 - Back To The Mainstream

Back in the mainstream | Nov 26, 2007 09:53
Russell Brown's Hard News

Australia's last two Labor Prime Ministers, Bob Hawke and Paul Keating, were raging personalities: brash, passionate, prone to controversy and somehow embodying national character. I don't think there's much chance of that with the new guy. Now, after 11 years' indulgence of a small and rather mean man, they've elected...,

Advance, etc | Nov 26, 2007 09:34
David Slack on his own account

So farewell, then John Howard. Thrown overboard by the people of the good ship Australia. I thought you might end up wading into the surf in your track suit and never coming back but I knew you would never get taken out by a stingray. You always looked too safe...,

Kabul: A walk down the dairy | Nov 24, 2007 18:49
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

So I made it to Kabul. I was literally giggling and bouncing in my seat with excitement when we flew over the mountain ranges approaching the city. The plane descended very suddenly, which I learned is standard – although apparently far worse is the semi-regular "corkscrew plummet" planes adopt to...,


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