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Public Address 13 February 2012 - Going Postal

Public Address 13 February 2012 - Going Postal

Go Postal with Ian Dalziel
14:00 Feb 12, 2012 in Capture by A photoblog
Card Sharp Public Address regular Ian Dalziel, apart from being a punster of the highest order, is a professional designer, and has a nice little side busines of making cards and postcards. We are keen to promote his wares, so...
http://publicaddress.net/capture/go-postal-with-ian-dalziel/

It’s (almost) never that simple
22:00 Feb 10, 2012 in Legal Beagle by Graeme Edgeler
In my post on “The Prime Minister’s Hour” yesterday, I raised the prospect that the time Radio Live had allowed Prime Minister John Key to fill might constitute a donation that might have to be declared under the Electoral Act...
http://publicaddress.net/legalbeagle/its-almost-never-that-simple/

Properly Public: It’s our information
14:09 Feb 10, 2012 in Speaker by Mark Harris
One of the joys of a new government, depending on your level of masochism, is the release of Briefings to the Incoming Minister (or BIMs). Even if the Government doesn’t change, technically each Minister is “incoming” because they have a...
http://publicaddress.net/speaker/properly-public-its-our-information/

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