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Public Address 8 April 13 - Illegal Tender

Public Address 8 April 13 - Illegal Tender

Illegal Tender
9:10 Apr 8, 2013 in Hard News by Russell Brown
Tonight's Native Affairs on Maori Television features a report on the cannabis economy. I've seen it and it's worth your while watching. Not because it's the last word on the topic -- I'd like to see a full-length documentary --...
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Key Questions
15:47 Apr 6, 2013 in Hard News by Russell Brown
Parliamentary Question Time on March 27, 2013, was a bad-tempered affair, as David Carter, the struggling new Speaker, clashed with Labour MPs who miss the days when Lockwood Smith obliged ministers to make some effort to actually answer the questions...
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Friday Music -- Keeping Christchurch Weird
13:15 Apr 5, 2013 in Hard News by Russell Brown 5
The residents of Christchurch can be, for understandable reasons, sensitive about some of the trash talked about their city. And sometimes (cough-Scribe-cough) it's the city's own who do the worst of it. But let me say this: when it comes...
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