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Public Address 19/11/03 - Disputes And Repairs

PUBLIC ADDRESS 19/11/03 - Disputes and repairs

Thunder Out West | Nov 19, 2003 11:27
Russell Brown's Hard News

That's not an earthquake you felt in Henderson. Rather, management at South Pacific Pictures was jumping up and down about yesterday's observation here that TVNZ's relationship problems with independent producers were such that SPP "appeared to be having second thoughts about a continuing emphasis on TV production"...
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Butt hinges, dude | Nov 18, 2003 16:09
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

I successfully rehinged a window. This could be the beginning of something beautiful or something terrible. Stripping and sanding is one thing but flying a door or a window is another. It's tricky handling a big piece of wood or, worse, a big piece of wood surrounding a big piece...
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You can run but you can't hide (3) | Nov 18, 2003 14:40
GUEST Justine - just another Kiwi in NYC

I get an apartment closing date of October 8, 2003. Bad news, as this means negotiating with the bank to extend the loan commitment for two days. On the other hand, good news – enough time to get the place painted so I can move in a good couple of...
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Wrong place, wrong time | Nov 18, 2003 12:19
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

Being in Sydney after losing a test to Australia is not a pleasant experience. And it's not like it's any old test. Is it? I don't mind the ribbing. Straight "We beat you you bastard!" or "Choker!" are fine by me...
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