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Public Address 28/05/08 - An editor's salary cure

Public Address 28/05/08 - How many children with cancer would an editor's salary cure?

How many children with cancer would an editor's salary cure? | May 28, 2008 10:32
Russell Brown's Hard News
When I read yesterday about the Housing New Zealand Corporation's outlay of $65,000 on a staff conference at a luxury resort near Taupo, I was not impressed. Aren't we past this corporate-styled cr*p in public sector? I thought. I changed my mind when I look at the actual numbers. Indeed,...,

Life at the Edge of the Southern Ocean | May 27, 2008 23:11
David Haywood from Southland
Our rented crib is only a stone's throw from Foveaux Strait. On a calm day, we are soothed by the gurgle of waves and the clatter of pebbles. On a windy day, the sea roars like an angry bull-seal, and spray falls rattling onto our roof. The weather governs our...,

PA Radio: Nick Making Tracks
Posted at 10:45AM on 28 May 08
How would an Israeli ska band do 'She Speeds'? Nick Dwyer talks about his new show, Making Tracks, which debuts tonight on C4 and sees him bring New Zealand songs to musicians from Africa to Brazil to see what they make of them.,1137,


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