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Molesworth & Featherston (Weekend) - 22 July 2005

Molesworth & Featherston - Weekend Update edition


Business and Political News
22 July 2005

In the latest edition:

M&F WEEKEND UPDATE

Molesworth & Featherston replaces its free Lobby Edition with a new, reformatted Weekend Update edition.

RISKY BUSINESS

The trail of bodies mounts at the Herald’s business section. The boss and his deputy are the latest to go.

PLATFORMS

National makes a pledge on health and education spending and Labour begins to announce its 2005 pledge card as the big guns start to take the wrappers from their election policies.

PLUS

IRD research shows compliance costs falling. Fonterra bumps up its payout,. We look at the potential for power problems this winter and China begins to cleanup its act.

WIN A GREAT BOOK

The Lion’s failed spin doctor gets another clip as we push on with our competition. Win a
copy of David Barber’s book of political quotes.

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

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http://www.molesworthandfeatherston.info/
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Direct Link To This Week's Lobby Edition:
http://molesworthandfeatherston.info/pdf/MandF22Jul05L.pdf

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