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Public Address 19/03/07 - All The News That's Fit

PUBLIC ADDRESS 19/03/07 - All the news that's fit (and you know it)

The Clean are The Clean are The Clean | Mar 19, 2007 09:08
Russell Brown's Hard News

I have a few things to do before the big event tonight, so I'll keep it brief, but if a wannabe politician can review The Clean, then surely I should too. They're in good touch. It might have been Hamish's 50th birthday on Saturday night (yes, there was...

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Ring Gina | Mar 19, 2007 08:02
David Slack on his own account

If you have already have your tickets for the Hustle for Russell, then you know that it's happening tonight. If you're one of those people who leaves things until the last minute, then today's schedule is: 1: Ring Gina at Pead PR 918 5545 to line up your ticket 2...
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This Little Piggy Came All the Way Home | Mar 19, 2007 07:45
AYE CALYPSO: An exclusive Cricket World Cup blog

Alex texted to say there was horizontal hail in Dunedin, I think a pig flew past the window (though it may just have been an excited Scott Styris), the Irish beat Pakistan and are set for the Super Eight, (barring Zimbabwe finding unlikely form), and Bangladesh made us feel better...
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All the News That's Fit (And You Know It) | Mar 17, 2007 16:48
Graham Reid's many things

And here are the headlines to this hour . . . According to Pentagon sources the alleged Al Qaeda head of operations Khalid Sheik Mohammed currently held at Guantanamo Bay has confessed to his torturers another series of inhumane acts for which he is responsible. A White House spokesman said,...
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