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Public Address 04/03/08 - Laying Down the Law

Public Address 04/03/08 - Laying Down the Law

Laying Down the Law | Mar 04, 2008 10:30
Russell Brown's Hard News
The Herald leader column has issued its instructions this morning on the forming of coalitions, in an editorial headed Voters clear on coalition preferences. Look, it says, more than 90% of New Zealand First voters in its latest Digipoll survey want their party to go into coalition with...,

Know your current events | Mar 04, 2008 07:39
David Slack on his own account
At Auckland International Airport, who do they worry about most? a. Knife-wielding Somalian fruit pickers b. Islamist terrorists c. Jesse Ryder d. Canadian pensioners Russia has just elected a new President. How do you pronounce the name of the man who will lead the country for the next five years?...,

If it's Sunday... | Mar 03, 2008 17:46
Graeme Edgeler learns the lesson of history
The launch of TVNZ 7 – our public broadcaster's move into a dedicated factual channel – heralds Russell's true breakthrough into television, but its Wellington briefing included something rather different to whet my appetite for free-to-air digital television. The briefest of glimpses in the opening montage...,

Stories: Joined Up
Posted at 12:34PM on 3 Mar 08
'Stories' is back, soliciting tales of joining: clubs, societies, boards, unions, churches, political parties. How was it for you? Traumatised by Girl Guides? Made for life by MENSA? Troubled by the rugby club? Or just loving being no longer alone?,979,

PA Radio: Mavis Staples
Posted at 11:30AM on 3 Mar 08
David Slack interviews the woman Rolling Stone called "the most underrated diva of the century," in advance of her appearance at the WOMAD festival in Taranaki.,978,


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