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Public Address 25/11/04 - Not Just Cricket

PUBLIC ADDRESS 25/11/04 - Not just cricket

Inquiry on, dudes | Nov 25, 2004 10:48
Russell Brown's Hard News

And so the fencing begins. Helen Clark announces an inquiry into claims that the SIS illegally spied on Maori groups and individuals - and then implies that the Sunday Star Times should surrender its sources to the inquiry...
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A party to the tune of leather and willow | Nov 25, 2004 09:29
GUEST: Mr Martin Bates at the cricket

All you can say is on to Adelaide, and win, win, win. Last week, for three and a half days two New Zealand cricket supporters braved all types of Australian beer and cuisine, eighteen thousand temperamental ockers and the Brisbane heat...
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Suds and the City | Nov 25, 2004 07:49
Graham Reid's many things

We came home from a farewell function a bit later than expected the other night so missed the beginning of that other farewell, the one to Sex and the City. No bad thing as the bit was saw was the most self-serving, dishonest, cloying and manipulative programme I have seen...
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