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Public Address 19/02/08 - Children Come First

Public Address 19/02/08 - Children come first, except when walls come first

Recreations | Feb 19, 2008 09:30
Russell Brown's Hard News
I had a disorientating feeling on Saturday evening: I was watching a game of rugby, from Eden Park's ASB Stand, and it occurred to me that I didn't know the rules. I can't recall the last time that was the case. I have not closely studied the Experimental Law Variations...,

Children come first, except when walls come first | Feb 19, 2008 02:32
Keith Ng thinks the kids are alright
This has, as Nandor said, become a race to demonise New Zealand's youth. Not all of New Zealand's youth, though. Only the poorest, most marginalised, most at-risk ones. Yay. When Clark and Key had their first exchange with SchoolPlus and Fresh Start (boot camp), I asked myself: Are...,


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