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Public Address 21/08/08 - Trust. Us.

Public Address 21/08/08 - Trust. Us.

Trust. Us. | Aug 21, 2008 10:49
Russell Brown's Hard News
Stephen Judd raised an interesting idea yesterday in discussion of this week's Media7 programme on the demise of the 115 year-old Levin Daily Chronicle, after I commented thus …

Playing Catch Up | Aug 20, 2008 14:23
Hadyn Green plays the game
I've gone two nights with very minimal Olympics watching. And due to a prior engagement tonight will be the same. (Actually last night Outrageous Fortune took precedent despite my protestations of "the Olympics only happen every four years!" Maybe I need to think about getting MySky) So I was scouring...

Who else is here for the punishment? | Aug 20, 2008 10:04
David Slack on his own account
Sports ingenue that I am, I had no idea of the origins of the madison. What a story it is. It begins in London in 1878. Mr David Stanton bet that he could ride a bicycle 1,000 miles in six successive days, riding 18 hours a day. Were there any...


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