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Public Address 20/02/08 - Rarely Ends Well

Public Address 20/02/08 - A Thing That Rarely Ends Well

A thing that rarely ends well | Feb 20, 2008 07:46
Russell Brown's Hard News
Ideally, in TV news bulletins, adjectives should be used sparingly, to bring certain things alive for the viewer, to describe what cannot be shown. But last night One News had Owen Glenn celebrating his birthday as "swanky" Auckland restaurant (actually, Soul bar) and being considered for a "glamorous" job in...
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The Honorary Donor | Feb 19, 2008 22:07
David Slack on his own account
Consul Owen Glenn stood in the rear of a gaming room at the Monte Carlo casino, among the croupiers and Russian call girls, watching. It was an evening like so many others. The croupiers, the girls, the biased roulette wheel -- these had been what Consul Glenn first saw of...
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