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Scoop Images: GM Report Released At Parliament

The report of the Royal Commission on Genetic Modification was released in the Beehive yesterday. Media were given an hour head start on the rest of the country before getting a chance to grill Government ministers. They were then summoned to the Green Party conference room, where Green Co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons and safe food campaigner Sue Kedgley launched a stinging attack on the report’s findings.


Media devour the report ahead of its official release by the Prime Minister


Prime Minister Helen Clark responds to the report


Science and Technology Minister Pete Hodgson, Environment Minister Marian Hobbs and the Prime Minister face the media


Angry Greens: safe food campaigner Sue Kedgley and Green Co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons reject the commission’s findings


The report, nestled in a bed of GE free grass


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