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Public Address 27/11/07 - It's In The Wild

PUBLIC ADDRESS 27/11/07 - It's in the Wild

It's in the Wild | Nov 27, 2007 10:58
Russell Brown's Hard News

I have a copy of the 156-page police affidavit excerpted by the Dominion Post as "The Terrorism Files". Handwritten notes on the scanned pages and the nature of the US-based site hosting the PDF document both strongly suggest that it has not been leaked by the police, but by someone...,


The doctor will see you now | Nov 27, 2007 07:05
David Slack on his own account

My doctor upped my dose of life-saving heart drugs when I told him we would be in the southwest of France for six weeks. He also gave me the address of a place to get a haircut. "They'll make a real fuss of you," he said, jotting down the address...,


Chaghcharan: Three Little Pigs | Nov 27, 2007 00:04
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

Turning up at Kabul "International" Airport for my flight to Chaghcharan in the remote province of Ghor, it's fair to say I wasn't super-stoked to discover a 12-seater plane waiting to take me and only three other passengers on the journey. Light aircraft unnerve me at the best...,

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