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Public Address 18/12/06 - Munted

PUBLIC ADDRESS 18/12/06 - Munted

Munted in one way or another | Dec 18, 2006 10:04
Russell Brown's Hard News

Drunk girls in heels and dresses the size of handkerchiefs. Queues everywhere. Clearly, the idea of ducking down to the Viaduct for a drink had not been a particularly sound one, even at 1am. Town was festively busy and everyone, it seemed, was munted in one way or another...,


Copywrong II | Dec 18, 2006 07:10
GUEST: Green MP Nandor Tanczos on the copyright bill

The Copyright (New Technologies and Performers' Rights) Amendment Bill passed its first reading in Parliament last week, with only the Green Party voting against it. The following is the speech on the bill by Green MP Nandor Tanczos...,


NGA: yuletide eulogy | Dec 18, 2006 06:04
Keith Ng from Secret Pirate Island

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