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Public Address 28/06/07 - Not Much Confidence

Public Address 28/06/07 - Not Much Confidence

Not such as to engender confidence | Jun 28, 2007 09:47
Russell Brown's Hard News
I shuddered when I read that under John Howard's blitz on child sexual abuse in aboriginal communities, all aboriginal children are to be subject to compulsory medical checks - which will include examination of the anus and genitals. I shuddered because it reminded me of a particularly horrible episode of abuse hysteria …,

Chennai | Jun 28, 2007 08:46
Keith Ng: Out of imaginative headlines
Chennai had been described to me by various people as: "The capital of South India", "the Detroit of India" and "a nice seaside city". To quote Meatloaf: Two out of three ain't bad. It's a strange mix, being both the heart of South Indian cultural consciousness and a grimey industrial...,


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