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Public Address 8/10/07 - Recrimination Not Needed

PUBLIC ADDRESS 08/10/07 - It's the recrimination I don't need ...

It's the recrimination I don't need … | Oct 08, 2007 09:19
SOME FOREIGN FIELD: A Rugby World Cup blog

I was on my bike, literally, by the time the post-match interviews were underway. It was a lovely morning, and the streets were quiet between home and Coyle Park, the green area at the point of Point Chevalier. Just the odd glum driver trundling home, those silver fern flags fluttering pointlessly ...,

A bar of two halves | Oct 08, 2007 09:02
David Slack on his own account

Dinner began with a plate of assorted hams, salamis and sausages of the French southwest. To follow, succulent rich slabs of duck, and to their side, potato drenched in roquefort. After that, more cheese, concluding with an apple tart and God Defend New Zealand in the adjoining bar. Even a...,


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