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Public Address 18/11/08 - Speaking Freely

Public Address 18/11/08 - Speaking Freely

Speaking Freely | Nov 18, 2008 11:03
Russell Brown's Hard News
In the current NBR, my old friend Tom Frewen is predicting doom for TVNZ and the Freeview digital platform under a National government. But before you worry too much, it's helpful to be aware that Tom has written this column quite a few times already. In July 2006 there was...

And some with a fountain pen | Nov 17, 2008 15:52
David Slack has another name for it
'Global economic crisis' is a mouthful. If one must use eight syllables every time one wishes to refer to the colossal mess we're in, one will grow weary. None of the others are very much more concise. Current financial problems has seven. Worldwide credit crunch uses a snappy five, but...

Behold the Roar of the Drunken Irish! | Nov 17, 2008 11:17
Hadyn Green yells. A lot.
I'm waiting for Tracey Nelson's stats to go up so I can start to do some trend analysis and player analysis. But until then here are my notes from the weekend (and in case you were wondering, yes, this is almost all about rugby). Oh and these are literally the...


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