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Public Address 05/05/08 - Track to the Future

Public Address 05/05/08 - Track to the Future

Supertooth | May 05, 2008 10:49
David Slack on his own account
When I'm in a disparaging mood, I describe Takapuna as Hamilton-on-Sea. Henderson is Hamilton-on-P. No disrespect to the fine people who live there, but Hamilton's a bit dull for me. Said the boy from Feilding. Imagine, then, our excitement a year or so ago when we received the gift of...
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Track to the Future | May 05, 2008 10:19
Russell Brown's Hard News
So the worst of all our privatisations has finally been undone. We can hardly pretend that the railways and ferries were doing well before the National government sold TranzRail to Fay, Richwhite and friends, but by any reasonable assessment what happened subsequently was hideous. With Toll...
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Soul to Seoul | May 03, 2008 10:20
Graham Reid's many things
While I've never denied television's ability to entertain and inform us I have often, usually at a dinner table after a few reds, wondered aloud about its ability to actually educate us. I cite shark docos. Consider how many shark documentaries you may have seen -- then ask what do...
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PA Radio: Sticking with Joss
Posted at 10:29AM on 5 May 08
Another birthday brings Craig Ranapia closer to "the ultimate punchline", and he takes recourse to the rich cultural universe of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
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