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Public Address 21/05/10 - Lost on Budget Island

Public Address 21/05/10 - Lost on Budget Island

Chicken soup | May 21, 2010 12:01
Russell Brown's Hard News
You'll forgive me for not providing detailed analysis of yesterday's Budget today. I am struck down with a virus: possibly Afghan flu. My short version: like it or not, it's coherent. I'm relieved to see something that appears to have been the result of process and planning, rather than blurted...

Lost on Internet Island | May 20, 2010 18:02
Fiona Rae from the couch
Next week, the internet will not be safe. Not unless your favourite auntie who lives in America has taped the final of Lost on a compatible format and posted it to you after it screens in the US on May 23 and before it screens here on May 29. If...

Budget 2010: What'd you expect? | May 20, 2010 14:09
Keith Ng: Mostly ambivalent
This is a tax cut for the rich, yes, but I struggle to get too worked up about it. Key said it was a tax cut for the rich, National campaigned on tax cuts for the rich and people elected them to give tax cuts to the rich. Meh, this...


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