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Scoop Images: Helen Clark Arrives In Korea

New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark has arrived in Korea and will shortly be meeting with the New President. Scoop Deputy Editor Selwyn Manning is travelling with the PM's party and will report later today on happenings in Korea. On route the PM stopped in Townsville for the joint Pacific Leaders farewell of armed forces and police to the Solomons. Images all by Selwyn Manning. - The Scoop Editor


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Helen Clark Gets The Red Carpet Treatment Arriving At Seoul 10pm


Helen Signs On The Dotted Line In Townsville


Australia's Prime Minister John Howard, Fiji's Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase, And Helen Clark at the signing


NZRAF Shaun Clarke is heading the NZ contingent to Solomons


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En route flying high over Papua New Guinea


NZ's media contingent aboard the NZRAF's brand new 757, impressive performance, service, professionalism.



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