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Dateline: 15 March 2000 Late Edition
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I'm still picking up the pieces
My apologies for the tardiness and abreviated nature of today's edition.

When your time is as fully committed as mine, even a small hiccup can cause backlogs -- and a major one, such as having no phones for 20 hours, can ruin your whole week.

Today's headlines are up to date and I expect to be fully caught-up by tomorrow morning.

My thanks to those who emailed tos say that you would be switching from Telecom to Vodafone for your celluar use -- I didn't know I was that persuasive!

As always, your comments are gladly received.

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