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Public Address 02/05/07 - Memories And Flashbacks

PUBLIC ADDRESS 02/05/07 - Memories and Flashbacks

Morning Multimedia | May 02, 2007 11:43
Russell Brown's Hard News

Just a quick few pointers to audiovisual content today. In tune with New Zealand Music Month, OurTube features a link to Gary Sullivan's spooky new video for Dimmer's 'You're Only Leaving Hurt'. The podcast from Saturday's Public Address Radio also dwells on local music, which has been a...
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Bye Calypso | May 02, 2007 11:34
AYE CALYPSO: An exclusive Cricket World Cup blog

The bunting has been furled, the rubbish swept from the terraces, a lone empty Carib lager bottle rolls beneath the seats and tolls the end of the Cup. The end of the Cup. At issue is whether that end is for four years, or for all time. The World Cup...
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Flashback | May 01, 2007 14:04
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

She's a funny old world. I don't know whether it's the desperately predictable nature of the mainstream media, politicians and talkback radio, or that there are only so many different types of events and associate responses, but isn't there something very Groundhog Day about everything that's happened since that
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