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Public Address 14/11/05 - Updatin'

PUBLIC ADDRESS 14/11/05 - Updatin'

Updatin' | Nov 14, 2005 09:35
Russell Brown's Hard News

Just a quick post today to say thanks to everyone who came along last night to the Karajoz Great Blend in Auckland, and who stayed and listened and enjoyed themselves. Our guest, Ashley Highfield of the BBC, was most impressed...,


You're Fired! | Nov 14, 2005 08:26
GUEST: David Haywood, scientist

The first portent of doom came last week, when our company got a flash new sign for the front of the building. In the alternative universe of Management this could only mean one thing. We were about to be shut down...,


Reserved As | Nov 13, 2005 22:27
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

Well, you know when you've seen a Kiwi in full flight, your day is complete. And you heard that right, a Kiwi in full flight. And no, not an OE bound youngster on Air New Zealand, but a genuine Little Spotted Kiwi...,


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