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Public Address: 5 September 2011 - #eqnz: One

PUBLIC ADDRESS 5 September 2011 - #eqnz: One

One
10:07 Sep 5, 2011 in Up Front by Emma Hart
So it’s been a year. Doesn’t feel like it, but then when you think about it, what does a year feel like? Seven thousand earthquakes? This anniversary is odd for a number of reasons. Probably the most obvious is that...
http://publicaddress.net/up-front/one/

Just don’t call it “Party Central”
9:33 Sep 5, 2011 in Hard News by Russell Brown
For the next while, Shed 10 on Queen’s Wharf is a giant public bar—or, if you were to be uncharitable, a giant beer barn. Its Rugby World Cup fit-out comes courtesy of The Heineken Experience, which is “fresh...
http://publicaddress.net/hardnews/just-dont-call-it-party-central/

Sock-Puppeting Big Tobacco to Chew on ACT
21:20 Sep 4, 2011 in OnPoint by Keith Ng
Don Brash’s speech on Saturday was pitched at farmers and property owners. The focus was on the RMA, but at the end of that, he tagged on a bunch of stuff about ACT’s Regulatory Standards Bill, selling it as a...
http://publicaddress.net/onpoint/sock-puppeting-big-tobacco-to-chew-on-act/

A Friday-Appropriate Hager Excerpt
12:28 Sep 2, 2011 in OnPoint by Keith Ng 27
Just a cute little story about the SAS from Other People’s Wars for your Friday: A military authorised book called NZSAS: The First Fifty Years describes this mission. It says that two SAS soldiers, hiding under camouflage netting on an...
http://publicaddress.net/onpoint/a-friday-appropriate-hager-excerpt/

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