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Public Address 16/04/08 - Timewarp with Winston

Public Address 16/04/08 - Doing the Timewarp with Winston

PA Radio: Doing the Timewarp with Winston
Posted at 10:42AM on 16 Apr 08
Craig Ranapia wonders why, after 30 years, anyone is still prepared to dance with Winston Peters ...,1050,

Labour Weekend | Apr 15, 2008 13:25
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude
You'd think by now Mike Williams would know his stuff. He's the longest serving Labour Party President, and has been the man at the top during the party's halcyon years. But anyone who agrees handing out IRD pamphlets is a good way of winning votes, man… I don't...,

Golly, where does the time go? | Apr 15, 2008 11:42
Graham Reid's many things
Okay, this may be like the fish/barrel/gun combination but some of my journalism students were talking about the content of 6pm television news yesterday. I maintain crime and the weather are the easiest things to report: after the event, camera pointed at farmer in sodden/drought afflicted/snow-blown paddock etc -- and...,


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