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Molesworth & Featherston (Lobby Edition) – 7/4/05

Molesworth & Featherston

Business and Political News
7 April 2005

In the latest edition:

John Tamihere’s comments about his colleagues, and the subsequent anguish, have not affected the data yet but Labour is up in our rolling poll of polls. That could be the reason National is importing help. We are arguing there won’t be an early election date, though. The campaign for across-the-board five percent wage settlements rolls on and the OECD wants to see more mothers working. All this in the complimentary Lobby Edition of Molesworth & Featherston.

The Lobby Edition is a complimentary, condensed edition of the paid-subscription only Governor’s Edition published last Tuesday.

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