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Public Address 22 February 2012 - Chch: Nothing is yet-to-be

Public Address 22 February 2012 - Christchurch: Nothing is yet-to-be

One, Redux
0:52 Feb 22, 2012 in Up Front by Emma Hart
In polite conversation the other day, I discovered my counsellor was in the CTV building on the 22nd of February last year. Suddenly I felt like I shouldn’t really be bothering her. She had, as it turns out, only just...
http://publicaddress.net/up-front/one-redux/

Village People
0:35 Feb 22, 2012 in Southerly by David Haywood
On Sunday we moved into the Linwood Park Temporary Earthquake Village (to give its full and rather magnificent name). This was the first stage in our return to normality and I suppose it should have been a joyous occasion...
http://publicaddress.net/southerly/village-people/

SECRET MILITARY LULZ
21:38 Feb 21, 2012 in OnPoint by Keith Ng
So, I’m not sure about this story. If this group was really on an “international hunt for military secrets”, why on earth would they tell everyone about it? More to the point, why would they send out prank emails from...
http://publicaddress.net/onpoint/secret-military-lulz/

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