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LINE ONE: Mar 05

CHRIS CARTER A state-sponsored frontal lobotomy How do you finally discover that you have crossed the threshold as it were and become, irrevocably, a grizzly

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BREAK POINT: Mar 05

ANN COULTER The problem of fruitbat university lecturers… University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill has written that “unquestionably, America has earned” the attack of 9/11.

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MOVIES: Feb 05

“DOOR” BORES, SEX SELLS Great acting belies the controversy over “Kinsey”, while Kim Basinger’s latest is just plain creepy. Door In The Floor Released: February

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BOOKS: Mar 05

RICHARD PEARSE DIDN’T FLY A new Wright Brothers biography tackles Pearse, as Michael Morrissey discovers in this crop of the latest literature offerings THE PENGUIN

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MONEY: Mar 05

THE GREAT EXPERIMENT Can a market keep growing? Peter Hensley reckons commentators aren’t factoring in the looming retirement of the baby-boomers The past five years

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March 05

ZULU KILO DOWN The mystery of Joe Lourie’s last flight They make the news but fade away. Topdressing aircraft that crash in remote countryside. But

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March 05

DOWNFOR THE COUNT The heavyweight courtroom title fight of the world As a journalist, one’s job is to remain impartial. But MARIA SLADE admits she’s

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Feb 05

MY OLD LAND’S A DUSTBIN Residents accuse their council of dirt tricks Four years ago New Plymouth District Council, in a joint venture with private

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Feb 05

DATELINE PHUKET, TSUNAMI +48hrs Our coverage of the new millennium’s worst disaster begins in the words of volunteer aid worker Hatairat Estrella Montien: I was

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Feb 05

DESPERATE FINDS DATELESS Behind closed doors at a singles convention You could ask the question, who’d be seen dead at a singles convention? As NEILL

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Feb 05

PARADISE BY THE DASHBOARD LIGHTS The mysterious road death of Paul White hits the big screen Truth, as is often said, can be stranger than

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