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Articles from Investigate HIS (February 1, 2013)

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1 HP EliteBook Revolve. 113
1 RAZR Fit Xtreme Driver. 102
147 'Sandy Hook' massacres a week. Orr, Ken 300
2 Music Angel Friendz. 121
2 Olive ONE. 105
3 HTC One SV. 108
A new wave for Ultravox's Midge Ure. Gamboa, Glenn Interview 362
ANTHOLOGY OF NEW ZEALAND LITERATURE. Morrissey, Michael Book review 1225
Enemy at the gates: I had my pocketknife confiscated at Christchurch Airport the other week. It's a Swiss Army knife, a fairly basic model, cracking on a bit in years now; I was given it as a present by my Aunt (rest her soul) and Uncle, back in the mists of time before I headed off overseas on my OE. Prosser, Richard 1333
Find Heidi Paakkonen. 713
Gangster Squad. Bentley, Rick; Darling, Cary Movie review 1070
Have you got a Nest Egg? Hensley, Peter 1093
HEADS IN BEDS A Reckless Memoir of Hotels, Hustles, and So-Called Hospitality. Hall, Landon 225
Lest we forget, again: Christchurch quakes caused damage in 1888. 109
Meteorite carries ancient water from Mars. Khan, Amina 837
Nobody jumps higher than self-serving MPs: it was a shocking admission--almost worse in that Nick Smith, Nelson's National Party MP, was apparently boasting when he recently stated: "I'm the old-fashioned type: when the Prime Minister says jump, I say how high. It is the only way a political party can operate.". Brooke, Amy 1172
Smart phones, smart cars, smarter drivers. Carpenter, Susan 1065
So many passwords, I'm about to burst. Kennedy, Mark 518
The Coke Islands: How Coca-Cola got named in a multi-million dollar Cook Islands tax rort. Wishart, Ian 6500
The leap of the lemmings: the politics of the "fiscal cliff " deal is debatable: on the one hand, Boehner got the "Bush tax cuts" made permanent for most Americans; Obama was forced to abandon his goal of increasing rates for those earning $250,000. Steyn, Mark 1239
The Lincoln Room. Greagg, David Poem 127
The wood for the trees: sometimes its worth standing still for a moment and absorbing the big picture unfolding around you. For most of us, our lives move at breakneck speed, punctuated by the demands of family, friends, work and the occasional major news story that demands our attention. 493
Tooth decay increasing. Byrne, Mary 229

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