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Public Address 27/11/06 – Hollow Men Impressions

PUBLIC ADDRESS 27/11/06 - The Hollow Men: Initial Impressions

Awesome | Nov 27, 2006 09:18
Russell Brown's Hard News

I went to U2's last Auckland show, the Zoo TV performance at Western Springs in 1993. I spent a good deal of it sitting back giggling on the hill and proposing they played one with a tune next...
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The Hollow Men: Initial Impressions | Nov 26, 2006 12:02
GUEST: Danyl Mclauchlan from Wellington

There have been two criticisms made of Nicky Hager's book 'The Hollow Men'. The first is that the book is a conspiracy theory of falsehoods and lies, the second is that if a book of Helen Clark's emails were released it would prove similarly salacious...
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I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For | Nov 25, 2006 11:47
Graham Reid's many things

If ever there was a moment when you ached for a decent stadium in Auckland it was at last night's U2 concert. Jammed streets, a collision of people just inside the gates as some queued for food and drink while hundreds of others tried to make their way through them,...
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