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Public Address 22/09/08 - Owning Words

Public Address 22/09/08 - Owning Words

Loving your dog and owning your words | Sep 22, 2008 09:18
Russell Brown's Hard News
Stephen Franks is having a major hissy fit at the moment, over Agenda screening a clip from a Wellington Central candidates' meeting in a Te Aro house that he seems to regard as part of some sort of conspiracy against him. You might have seen the...

Some light on Friday | Sep 20, 2008 14:59
Fiona Rae from the couch
How good is Friday Night Lights? Only one of the best things on US television, according to, which gave it a Buffy last year – that's their award for an underappreciated TV show. I love it too, and it's fun to contrast and compare Lights with Gossip...

Sundays Are For Activists | Sep 20, 2008 07:21
David Slack is frequently active
Bike-riders of Auckland! Gaze upon this mighty vision and tell me your heart doesn't pound a little. GetAcross.Org.NZ prepared this lovingly fashioned artist's impression of the proposed cycle and walkway extension to the Harbour Bridge. If you like the look of this, then you should be at the...

180 Seconds: The Lady Macbeth of Lower Hutt

Posted at 3:15PM on 21 Sep 08
In which Craig Ranapia find the election campaign taking a Shakespearian turn -- and not into one of the comedies.,1374,

PA Radio: At Fashion Week
Posted at 3:53PM on 21 Sep 08
Damian Christie heads along to the opening of NZ Fashion Week and convinces three of the attendees to put down their complimentary glasses of bubbly for long enough to have a chat. Featuring Cybele Wiren (of Cybele), Neville Finlay of Zambesi, and Steve Dunstan of Huffer,1377,


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