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Public Address 11/06/07 - Asian Angst Payback?

PUBLIC ADDRESS 11/06/07 - Asian Angst: is it time to send some payback?

Asian Angst: is it time to send some payback? | Jun 11, 2007 12:48
Reversing the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

NZ Press Council, 11 June 2007: "The Press Council has upheld complaints by Tze Ming Mok and others, the Asia New Zealand Foundation and Grant Hannis against North & South for its report on Asian immigration and crime. The Council has found the magazine breached its principles on accuracy and...,

Pathetic, not | Jun 10, 2007 18:03
Fiona Rae from the couch

Look at me! I'm doing another blog! Weee! Scoring fairly low on the Scale of Patheticness too, as I've only managed to miss Saturday and there wasn't much on anyway. Well done to throng for getting the number of complaints received by TV3 over Deal or No Deal...,

Public Address Science (transcripts): New Zealand Biofuels, Part 2 & Forensic Linguistics | Jun 10, 2007 12:41
David Haywood from Christchurch

Last week we took a brief look at biofuels in New Zealand -- and, in particular, at the often-neglected energy resource of woody biomass. The timber industry produces very large amounts of wood waste, only a fraction of which is used to produce energy. In the second episode of our...,


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