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Full Coverage: Tamihere Unplugged

Scoop Report: The Taping Of Tamihere

- Scoop contacted Investigate editor, Ian Wishart for an ‘on the record’ interview to ask him about how the now legendary lunchtime conversation with Mr Tamihere came about. What follows is a verbatim transcript of Scoop's Kevin List's 'on the record' interview with Mr Wishart. See... Ian Wishart ‘On The Record’ About Taping Tamihere . For much much more see also… Full Coverage: Tamihere Unplugged

PM's Presser: Tamihere Cut Considerable Slack

- “Mr Tamihere has enormous energy - he has ability but together with those [attributes] you need some self-discipline” declared the Prime Minister to a particularly crowded audience at the Beehive theatrette during a post cabinet press conference devoted almost entirely to the backbench Labour MP. See…PM's Presser: Tamihere's Lunchtime Conversation. MEANWHILE... from Public Address's Russell Brown: I'm starting to wonder whether it was John Tamihere I liked, or just Helen Bain's script. After last week's Parliamentary assault on TV3, which was followed by a blog posting so silly that somebody sensibly deleted it from the party website (I'll paste in the whole thing below),... See... Public Address 05/04/03 - Meltdown!


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