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099 Karaoke night at Hobday's

Since they took down the wrought iron and closed in the top verandah, Hobday’s has become almost invisible to strangers passing through. They might glance at the double-storied stucco building with large glass windows and be mildly curious, but that would be as far as their interest went. 

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098 A Community Service Announcement

When the knock came, my first thought was for the baby, only just gone down. It wasn't till I had my eye to the peephole and registered the darkness on the other side of the door that it occurred to me to wonder who on earth could be calling

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097 Games O'Clock

I'm not just good at games, I'm good at knowing what time to play the right one. It's Morning O'Clock. There's no battery in the clock but I can tell cos the lorries are shaking my bedroom door.

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095 Oysters

Henry tells the story differently each time. Always the holiday house is the same, and much bigger in his young memory than it could possibly have been in reality

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