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Molesworth & Featherston – 28 September 2004

Molesworth & Featherston

Business and Political News
28 September 2004

In the latest edition:

Labour’s lead solidifies as new polls come into the exclusive Molesworth & Featherston rolling poll of polls. We ask why we’re paying so much and getting so little for domestic aviation security. There is a sneak preview of the new Sunday Herald, and all the details of industrial troubles bubbling there. We find out whether Dr Cullen really could splurge more of the surplus and we even visit the Auckland mayoralty. All this and more in this week’s intelligence update…


For the inside oil on politics and business in Wellington see…

http://www.molesworthandfeatherston.info/

Direct Link To This Week's Edition:
http://www.molesworthandfeatherston.info/pdf/MandF28sep04.pdf


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