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Public Address 11/07/08 - A Trip to Canberra

Public Address 11/07/08 - A Trip to Canberra with Alan Bollard

Consumer | Jul 11, 2008 12:33
Russell Brown's Hard News
Well, I bought my iPhone. 16GB, black, on the lightest of the 24-month plans. The sales process is reasonably impressive. At the Digital Mobile kiosk at St Lukes mall (there was a queue at the actual Vodafone Store), a sales assistant looked up my existing account, switched it to an...
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A Trip to Canberra with Alan Bollard | Jul 10, 2008 18:12
David Haywood from Australia
So anyway, me and Bollard are flying to Canberra for the International Monetary Policy Conference. We're sitting in business class -- which, in my opinion, is basically like being in heaven -- and we're getting well-and-truly plastered. We start feeling a bit musical somewhere above the Tasman Sea, and when...
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