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Public Address 14 & 17/11/03 - Winning And Losing

PUBLIC ADDRESS 17/11/03 - Winning and Losing

Whatever | Nov 17, 2003 10:45
Russell Brown's Hard News

If a car can be driven glumly, then glumly were piloted the vehicles on Auckland's slick streets around midnight on Saturday night. I found myself imagining the moods of my countrymen as they wandered home from where they'd been: how that happen?...,

Start Spreadin' the News | Nov 17, 2003 10:13
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

First things first, yay, we won the award for best personal blog at the Netguide web awards. I'd like to thank our captain and convenor of selectors, Russell, who gave me the nod a year or so ago, despite some niggling injuries...,

The Girlie thinks I'm gay | Nov 15, 2003 10:28
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

The Girlie thinks I'm gay. I was explaining something to her, can't remember what. She'd asked a question and I was explaining to her. I was lying on the couch, as usual, and she was in the chair next to our wrecked coffee table, but more on that later...,

A game of two halves... | Nov 15, 2003 06:12
Jolisa Gracewood in NYC

You like us! You really like us! We won Best Personal Blogat the NetGuide 2003 Awards! OK. Wow. Phew. [Pause, breathe, fumble for piece of paper]. First I'd like to salute Russell for being the instigator, main man, and throbbing intellectual heart of Public Address... ',

Show business | Nov 15, 2003 05:44
Chad Taylor in the Muse Lounge

Herald columnist Chris Barton has let fly at recent changes to the parallel importing law. Parallel importing works for me. My last two novels - Shirker and Electric were published in the UK and imported to New Zealand...,

You can run but you can't hide (Part 2) |Nov 15, 2003 04:22
GUEST Justine - just another Kiwi in NYC

It's July. In the space of six months I have begun training for my first ever marathon -- the New York City Marathon -- and have found an apartment to buy. Over the next weeks, things get even crazier...,


and earlier, from Friday…

PUBLIC ADDRESS 14/11/03 - Unleash Hell

Unleash Hell | Nov 14, 2003 11:50

Russell Brown's Hard News

Yes, the All Blacks are better right across the park than the Wallabies, but I am more nervous now than I would expect to be facing next week's World Cup final. Recent history contains too many stories of All Black teams choking and the Australians prevailing in circumstances that play havoc with the national mood ...,


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