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Public Address 21/11/06 - A Roar Across The Water

PUBLIC ADDRESS 21/11/06 - A Roar From Across The Water

Music in Parks | Nov 21, 2006 09:49
Russell Brown's Hard News

A little follow-up from yesterday. Mr D. Dobbyn of the parish of Grey Lynn, responding to Murray McCully's tacky little burp about an alleged insult to the Queen by dint of the performance of his song 'Welcome Home', advises that: "The Queen officially approved my lyrics ahead of...
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All stadium, all the time | Nov 20, 2006 22:58
David Slack on his own account

A few interesting items, with more to come tomorrow, from a public meeting tonight in Devonport about everyone's favourite stadium. According to Joel Cayford of the ARC, they were told at their briefing last week that Warren and Mahoney hadn't been given design specifications for the stadium...
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Erratum | Nov 20, 2006 18:20
Keith Ng: Say no to P. Say no to Poppadoms.

In my previous post I said that Deborah Coddington interviewed Lincoln Tan, Justin Zhang and Pansy Wong. Pansy Wong's office has been in touch to say that she was, in fact, not interviewed by Coddington...
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