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Public Address 24/11/05 - Conduct Unbecoming

PUBLIC ADDRESS 24/11/05 - Conduct Unbecoming

Only Asians are allowed to make fun of Pansy Wong | Nov 24, 2005 10:50
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

A class act, our new Minister of Immigration. Some in the English-language communities already refer to him as 'Silent T'; perhaps his new Mandarin name shall be David ??liffe. Caught mocking Pansy Wong's accent during Parliamentary Question Time, by asking her to 'wead' a particular document...
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Conduct Unbecoming | Nov 23, 2005 21:09
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

As I mentioned the other day I've very recently taken up full-time employment in the Public Service. I had been occupied in a number of short-term contracts prior to my current employer, [prominent financial institution], but this is my first 'grown-up job' since finally giving up on academia...
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A strong, credible, innovative and independent TVNZ | Nov 23, 2005 15:08
GUEST: John Barnett, the John O'Shea Memorial Speech

The following is the John O'Shea Memorial Speech delivered by the head of South Pacific Pictures, John Barnett, to last week's SPADA conference. The conference apparently witnessed some bolder statements than usual from the stage, and there were none bolder than those below...
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