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Public Address 10/06/08 - Law and Medicine

Public Address 10/06/08 - Law and Medicine

Medical Matters | Jun 10, 2008 09:59
Russell Brown's Hard News
The High Court review of the workings of the Abortion Supervisory Committee has opened a can of worms that caused social convulsion in the 1970s. We knew the process was a fudge, but it has long seemed to be a fudge the majority of the country can live...

And I just have to look away | Jun 10, 2008 09:42
David Slack on his own account This might not be the recipe for a perfect day, but you might find it self-improving. You begin by reading about the new Jesus phone. Half the price, twice the speed! I still like my Nokia 95 better for its five whole megapixels but my word there is plenty...
http://publicaddress.net/default,5079.sm

If Britain Jumped off a Bridge... | Jun 10, 2008 09:41
Graeme Edgeler learns the lesson of history
The Criminal Procedure Bill, among the many laws our Parliament enacts, doesn't really sound like the sort of legislation to create a small furore – least of all over proposed changes to preliminary hearings in the indictable jurisdiction. Amid the rather fact-free debate over that aspect of this...
http://publicaddress.net/default,5078.sm

PA Radio: Cheese there too
Posted at 10:03AM on 10 Jun 08
In the last of his reports from Pakistan, Damian Christie visits the Pakistan Dairy Development Company -- and finds it's full of Kiwis. http://publicaddress.net/system/topic,1157,pa_radio_cheese_there_too.sm

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