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Public Address 29 August 2011 - Auckland City Nights

Public Address 29 August 2011 - Auckland City Nights

Auckland City Nights
11:02 Aug 29, 2011 in Hard News by Russell Brown
The editorial column of the New Zealand Herald has generally looked fondly on roads and private cars, sometimes -- as in the notorious editorial in the 90s that characterised public transport as a “scourge” – beyond the point of reason...
http://publicaddress.net/hardnews/auckland-city-nights/

Steve, 1999
9:06 Aug 26, 2011 in Hard News by Russell Brown
Steve Jobs resigned yesterday as the CEO of Apple. It’s sad: his resignation letter suggests that his health problems have become too severe to continue. "I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer..."
http://publicaddress.net/hardnews/steve-1999/

What to watch
17:02 Aug 24, 2011 in Field Theory by Hadyn Green
I’ve seen a lot of people online asking what games would be good to go to for rugby newbies or kids or just which games will be worth the money. So I thought I’d give my opinion on which games...
http://publicaddress.net/fieldtheory/what-to-watch/

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