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Molesworth & Featherston – 19 October 2004

Molesworth & Featherston


Business and Political News
19th October 2004

In the latest edition:

We think a by-election is probably not on the cards, Labour moves ahead on our exclusive rolling poll of polls and begins to select some interesting candidates. The Corngate reports confirms everyone’s prejudices and we solve the rugby union’s player transfer problems with a whole new model. There is an update on where your petrol taxes go and the markets pick the winner of the US Presidential election…

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/MandF19Oct04.pdf


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