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Public Address 18/10/05 - Anger Management

PUBLIC ADDRESS 18/10/05 - Anger Management

Anger Management | Oct 18, 2005 10:02
Russell Brown's Hard News

There are some angry Greens over on Frogblog. In the heat of the moment, some of them seem inclined to turn on their leaders and go hostile on the Left: to do an Alliance, in other words...
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Minister of what?? | Oct 18, 2005 09:59
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Listening to the radio in the office at 5:30 yesterday... "blah blah blah Winston Peters will be Minister of Foreign Affairs"...yeah yeah, we knew that... "and Race"... What? What?? Minister of Race Relations?? "..ing." Ah, Minister of Racing - small mercies...
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Dramatic turns | Oct 17, 2005 16:28
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

And this year's Nobel Prize for Literature goes to... someone I've actually read! According to reports, when he received the early morning phone-call, Harold Pinter was at a bit of a loss for words...
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I can see it now | Oct 17, 2005 12:58
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

The first press-conference with the Rt Honorable Winston Peters in his new role as Minister of Foreign Affairs... Mr Peters. You said you wouldn't go into coalition with Labour or National. I never said that...
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