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Public Address 19/05/08 - Sunday's Perfect Storm

Public Address 19/05/08 - Sunday's Perfect Storm

Sunday's Perfect Storm | May 19, 2008 09:22
Russell Brown's Hard News
The sad thing about the Herald on Sunday's lead story yesterday is that everyone involved with it on an editorial level knows its premise is b*******. That is to say, they know very well that the "secret Auckland house" to which Bailey Kurariki has been bailed, is not...
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China: Shaken and Stirred | May 19, 2008 09:20
GUEST: Anonymous in China
The reports coming out of southwest China's Sichuan Province after last Monday's earthquake are grim. Up to 50,000 feared dead as I write and the very real prospect of many thousands more losses as bodies continue to be uncovered. The scenes are heartrending. Orphaned children huddled together in blank-faced shock,...
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