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February 14, 2005

In fine Orientation tradition, on Tuesday night MPs and other celebrities will stand up in public with the express intent to insult and defame eachother, reports Gareth Richards.

April 5, 2004

The South Island has got a lot to answer for. Not content just to let their own disputes fester in their own area, they seem keen to make sure that any issues that they have permeate the media nationwide.

March 29, 2004

There are a lot of things that I think are useless in this world. Public holidays that fall on weekends, decaf coffee and carob are just a few, and until recently I thought “patsy questions” were similarly useless.

March 22, 2004

Just to start off this week, did anyone else have a disturbing vision of Helen Clark in a cheerleading costume when you heard that she had finished off her speech with the phrase, “Bring it on”?

March 15, 2004

Dilemmas that I face on a Saturday Night. Coke or Pepsi to mix? Go home or one last drink? McDonald’s or Hadi Gari? Taxi or walk?

March 8, 2004

Ministerial scandals, soaring National poll results and an opening speech from Helen Clark that read like a statement of defence. Perhaps the main solace that the left can find is that precious few people (leftist, centrist, rightist or apathetic) can cry “I told you so!” The leadership change that saw Don Brash take over from […]

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