Article Title:Marshall challenged to publish his address
Category:New Zealand Daily News
Author or News Staff
Published on:11th August 2003 - 12:00 pm
Story ID:1976
Text:Sacked Queer Nation presenter Jonathan Marshall has been issued a challenge to publicly reveal his own address, after an announcement at the weekend that celebrity addresses will be published on a new tabloid-style website set up by Marshall and former Queer Nation director David Herkt. In an interview with Radio Pacific breakfast host Paul Henry this morning, Marshall said that he didn't believe that publishing his address would be in the public interest. When accused of riding on the back of New Zealand celebrities in order to serve his own career, Marshall replied, “Yes...I suppose you could say that."    
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