Public Address 09/03/07 - Never Mind The Bollards

Published: Fri 9 Mar 2007 02:52 PM
PUBLIC ADDRESS 09/03/07 - Never Mind the Bollards
5.30 Follies | Mar 09, 2007 10:24
Russell Brown's Hard News
Tony Holden left the building, and hasn't taken long for his 5.30 folly to follow. The Point, the $12 million project to give TV One a ratings run-in to its nightly news bulletin, was cancelled yesterday. Frankly, there are better things to do with that much money ...,
Part 1: Thoughtful, intellectual and occasionally made-up analysis | Mar 08, 2007 23:37
AYE CALYPSO: An exclusive Cricket World Cup blog
And to my left, and indeed to everybody's left: An Introduction. Alex's wife lets him take the transistor radio to bed, Hamish gave up a glittering law career to think about cricket full time, and Grant's mother still looks after his full set of DB Cricket Annuals from the 1970s...,
By Popular Demand: Another Night to Remember with Alan Bollard | Mar 08, 2007 19:52
David Haywood from Christchurch
So I'm sitting on the front steps of my house having a beer with Alan Bollard and his mate Darfield Charlie. And Bollard is going: "Look, it couldn't be simpler. We're all having a nice barbie. Charlie is cutting a bit of meat. The knife slips, and — whoops-a-daisy —...,

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