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Public Address 11/02/09 - Isn't It Romantic?

PUBLIC ADDRESS 11/02/09 - Isn't It Romantic?

The Crusaders | Feb 11, 2009 09:38
Russell Brown's Hard News

We normally announce this earlier, but we were still confirming a few things up till yesterday afternoon. This week's Media7 covers two topics: the crusading journalist and the tenth anniversary of the New Zealand Herald online. On the former topic, I'll be talking to two journalists whose work helped exonerate...

Isn't It Romantic? | Feb 10, 2009 13:25
Emma Hart said so, that's why.

Thanks to all of you who took the time to respond to my survey from last week. The look on my partner's face when he saw my inbox was well worth it. It seems to introduce a pleasant reciprocity: I write these columns for you, and now you write these...

The Magnificent Sevens and other misnomers | Feb 10, 2009 11:46
Hadyn Green yells. A lot.

I took this long weekend with a healthy dose of snobbery. There was an international sporting event in town and I was doing everything in my power to avoid it. The Wellingtonista had even provided me with a handy guide to town lest I forget. But it is...


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