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Public Address: Fluency, ease of manner, & Norton Antivirus

Public Address 15 August 2013 - Fluency, ease of manner -- and Norton Antivirus

Fluency, ease of manner -- and Norton Antivirus
9:50 Aug 15, 2013 in Hard News by Russell Brown
If you are having trouble reconciling the Prime Minister who steamrolled John Campbell last night in an interview about the GCSB Bill with the Prime Minister who has previously spoken on the issue, you can forgive yourself. As far as…

Confessions of a Sleepwalker
9:42 Aug 15, 2013 in Notes & Queries by David Herkt
I have been more than fascinated by the much-publicised recent case of New Zealand's sleep-driving woman. I've followed maps of her route intently. She drove from Hamilton to Otara, and Otara to Mt Maunganui. A total of 302.8 km. I…

Gordon Campbell @GordonCampbell_ #GordonCampbell
21:00 Aug 13, 2013 in Legal Beagle by Graeme Edgeler
Gordon Campbell has written an important article for this month's Werewolf, detailing the concerning nature of this Government's attitude to the rule of law. However, while the article makes a large number of important points, some of the detail is…


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