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Public Address 30/06/08 - "Evil called..."

Public Address 30/06/08 - "Evil called: Can you make a meeting at 11?"

"Evil called: Can you make a meeting at 11?" | Jun 30, 2008 08:46
Russell Brown's Hard News
Oh cool. National is using Crosby/Textor again. According to a Star Times story by Nicky Hager, the political strategists that focus groups are most likely to associate with the word "evil" have been on board with the John Key project from the beginning:,

South by North | Jun 29, 2008 21:41
David Haywood from Wellington
Long hours of darkness during winter are one of the few disadvantages of Southland. We set out from the crib at quarter-to-eight in the morning -- the sky was as black as the inside of a coffin. Overnight, a storm had transformed Foveaux Strait into a jumble of spray and...,

PA Radio: Spare us the CIRs
Posted at 9:39AM on 30 Jun 08
Unimpressed with all sides' rhetoric over the smacking referendum, Craig Ranapia holds that the result of the Citizens' Initiated Referenda Act is "nothing more than opinion polls held at public expense" -- but without the rigour.,1193,


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