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Public Address 03/10/05 - Special Friends


PUBLIC ADDRESS 03/10/05 - Special Friends

Special Friends | Oct 03, 2005 10:30
Russell Brown's Hard News

In a nutshell: National performed dismally in the special votes but not quite badly enough to shed two seats rather than one. As it was, the Maori Party picked up enough on the party vote to reduce the overhang by one seat, at National's expense...
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Scrubbing Up Well | Oct 02, 2005 17:15
David Slack on his own account

Later in this post, photos of hard-drinking press gallery journalists, but first, something from the world of light entertainment. Tonight's four remaining aspirant NZ Idols will not include Teresa, to our six-year old's disappointment. Perhaps I should show her the very nice piece of verse Ms Robyn Gallagher...
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