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Budget 2005 - Scoop Photo Essay

Budget 2005 - Scoop Photo Essay

Story And Images By Kevin List

Locked in a 'Logan's Run' type environment for two hours more than a hundred lucky people were given the guts of Budget 2005 by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Michael Cullen.

A horde of pundits, analysts and reporters and those along for a free lunch awaiting Mr Cullen and Budget 2005

The rear view of media, policy analysts and those along for a free lunch awaiting budget 2005

Mr Cullen sails forth into fiscally rewarding waters. Mr Trevor Mallard looks on approvingly.

Mr Cullen in full flight. Mr Vernon’s Small’s ear makes a cameo appearance at Budget 2005.

Mr Cullen talks economics with an analyst/reporter/free lunch enjoyer.

A flotilla of TVNZ journalists on the left – The rear view of Mr Stephen Parker and Ms Ingrid Hipkiss (TV3 news) on the right.

Mr Kris Faafoi of TVNZ giving budget 2005 100% of his attention.


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