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Public Address 13/11/03 - Hide Your Head

PUBLIC ADDRESS 13/11/03 - Hide your head

Here we go again ... | Nov 13, 2003 10:11
Russell Brown's Hard News

Anybody get the feeling that Winston Peters would actually rather not be in a governing coalition? Yesterday he announced New Zealand First's non-negotiable bottom line for coalition - an annual round of binding referenda. To the polls every November, then...,


You can run but you can't hide (Part 1) |Nov 13, 2003 09:15
Justine - just another Kiwi in NYC

Visiting the Empire State Building. Riding the Staten Island ferry. Catching a Yankees game at Yankee Stadium. These are all quintessential New York experiences. When you've lived here a while you can add yet more adventures to life's rich tapestry...,


Frodo's Battle for Endor | Nov 12, 2003 13:12
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

I've fallen into the habit of wanting to start all my posts with the word 'so'. And it would seem I'm not alone. There's a certain faux-casualness implicit in such a beginning, it's good for dropping significant facts into,

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