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Public Address 15/08/08 - Waiting For Roddo

Public Address 15/08/08 - Waiting For Roddo

We also predicted the election date ... | Sep 15, 2008 12:18
Russell Brown's Hard News
As you read here last week, Vodafone New Zealand has today launched MusicStation, the music subscription service debuted last year by Vodafone UK. The platform was created by a company called Omnifone. I've tried the service, and it works. It works better if you have decent 3G coverage,...
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Waiting For Roddo | Sep 15, 2008 10:56
David Slack knows where ALL the bodies are buried
Matt McCarten thinks John Key would make Rodney Hide Minister of Education. Would Rodney settle for that? And are we counting our chickens before they're ready to be caged, gassed or macerated? First things first. If National gets better than 50%, they don't need nobody. Theoretically. John Key says he'd...
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See me grow | Sep 13, 2008 05:47
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven
As a child, I was always flummoxed when grown-ups asked what I wanted to be when I grew up. The question was moot, because I didn't really want to grow up, let alone put my book down to answer the question. The polite thing to do was to fudge things...
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