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Public Address 05/10/05 - Big Day

PUBLIC ADDRESS 05/10/05 - Big Day

Big Day | Oct 05, 2005 10:00
Russell Brown's Hard News

What a day! The Mother of the Nation announces her departure, three Cabinet ministers step down in advance of a major Cabinet reshuffle … but never mind all that. Check out the first tranche of the Big Day Out lineup announced this morning...
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Making Music in New Zealand | Oct 05, 2005 09:20
GUEST: Gareth Shute on writing about music

This week sees the release of my new book, Making Music in New Zealand and Russell Brown thought it would be a good time for me to write a post about music, writing about music, and hip hop in this country (my previous book was
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It makes you think. | Oct 04, 2005 13:33
Keith Ng on the election trail

I got a letter today from Victoria University's lawyer saying that: "We understand that you are the primary contact person for the Aotearoa Student Press Association and further that you provided the confidential material which had been supplied to Salient to the other members of ASPA, notwithstanding the injunction which...
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