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Public Address 05/03/07 - Sunday Newspaper Bouquet

PUBLIC ADDRESS 05/03/07 - Sunday newspaper prints informative andwell-researched story

Sunday newspaper prints informative and well-researched story | Mar 05, 2007 09:31
Russell Brown's Hard News

Yesterday's Sunday Star Times contains a very good story by Ruth Laugesen on the Herceptin debate. If you have any interest in the issue, you should read it. It explains the implications of funding 52-week treatment, explains where the 52-week term came from in the first place, and ...,


Stories: Best Party Ever
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A small but satisfying soiree with friends? Or a ripsnorting barn-burner packed with people you never saw again? A forthright fortieth, tasty 21st or the night it all went horribly wrong? In the latest episode of our occasional Stories series, we want to hear about the most legendary parties you've held or attended.,260,


Overheard at the Lantern Festival | Mar 03, 2007 15:13
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

Friday night Over the PA at the Karaoke stage: 'We have a lost child here. His name is Ang Lee. A lost child, named Ang Lee. His eyes are brown. His hair is black. He is Chinese. He is eight years old." From within the Karaoke audience: "He's gay. He ...,


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