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Full Coverage: Tamihere Unplugged - Then Redeemed

Full Coverage: Tamihere Unplugged - Then Redeemed (Part 2)

  • Full Coverage: Tamihere Unplugged
  • Scoop Report: Tamihere Scrapes Through Caucus With Censure

    Lyndon Hood: The Redemption Of Tamihere - Some time ago, on the discount table at Cash Converters, I came across a handwritten manuscript of great age (unfortunately I've lost the receipt). Looking over what was still legible - the paper has unfortunately been chewed over continuously by a variety of creatures - it became obvious that I was looking at one of the lost plays of William Shakespeare, titled 'The Member of Tamaki Makaurau'. See... Lyndon Hood: 'The Member of Tamaki Makaurau'
  • Scoop - NEWSFLASH: Houdini Tamihere & NEWSFLASH: Motion Of Censure Of John Tamihere MP
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  • Scoop - PM’s Post Cabinet Presser April 12

  • Labour - John Tamihere Statement On Apology To Caucus

  • ACT - John Tamihere humiliates PM

  • Nats - PM humiliated over John Tamihere affair
    Tamihere Placed On Extended Leave Statement From Prime Minister: Mr John Tamihere has been under considerable stress. By agreement with the leadership of the Labour Party he is now taking extended leave. He will not be attending caucus this Tuesday. See... Statement by Helen Clark on John Tamihere

  • Russell Brown's Hard News - News From The Front Bum Front

  • National - Tamihere must apologise for Holocaust comments

  • ACT - PM must accept Tamihere's resignation

  • ACT - Clark must stop dithering over Tamihere

  • Scoop Link - NZ Herald: Tamihere ‘sick’ of Holocaust

  • Ian Wishart ‘On The Record’ About Taping Tamihere
  • Scoop Link - NZPA: More offensive Tamihere comments

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