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Public Address 23/07/07 - Brimful

PUBLIC ADDRESS 23/07/07 - Brimful

Brimful on the 45 | Jul 23, 2007 09:48
Russell Brown's Hard News

This morning 20 years ago, I left my squat in the Elephant and Castle for an unremarkable train journey of great importance. I was travelling to Reading to uplift my first computer: an Amstrad 512k SD. A small discount on the purchase was a perk of a job I'd left...
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Go hard or go home | Jul 23, 2007 08:05
David Slack on his own account

Now, about that l**bian censorship and a free gym offer. Let's start with a few easy stretches. Richard Beddie of Fitness NZ writes that his organisation aims to get 1,000 more New Zealanders physically active. By way of inducement, they'll subsidise your gym membership by 50%. If you have a...
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Ghosts of television past | Jul 21, 2007 11:50
Fiona Rae from the couch

The schedule for new digital channel TVNZ 6 was revealed this week, a family-friendly line-up which you could say was heavy on the nostalgia if you were being polite and full of reruns if you weren't. Anyway, who doesn't want to see A Dog's Show again? Among the...
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