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Full Coverage: David Lange Passes Away

Full Coverage: David Lange Passes Away

Lange (1996) Image courtesy of Jason Dorday, copyright:
Dorday, Manning, FNZ 1996.Govt Announces David Lange's Memorial In Auckland SaturdayPrime Minister Helen Clark said today that there will be a public memorial service for David Lange this Saturday in Auckland. Helen Clark said that David Lange had requested a private, family funeral, but that the memorial service offered the opportunity for a public celebration of his life. "David was an outstanding New Zealander, and many people have voiced a desire for a public service to mark their respect for a man who made such an impact on our country." See... Memorial service to celebrate David Lange

Image: courtesy of Jason Dorday. Rt Hon. David
Lange. Scoop Feature: New Zealand's Statesman Passes Away - Memorial Feature On David Lange: Scoop co-editor Selwyn Manning reflects back on what this remarkable New Zealander meant to the people of South Auckland, what difference he made to NZ, and what it was like to be in his presence. See... Personal Reflections Of South Auckland’s Statesman
David Lange's Oxford Debate Audio Available - Public Address' Russell Brown has made available a full mp3 audio file of David Lange's Oxford Union speech. Brown writes: "This audio recording of David Lange's speech arguing the proposition that Nuclear Weapons are Morally Indefensible. See… Russell Brown Has Made Available David Lange's Oxford Debate Audio

 David Lange,
photographed after receiving his Member of the Order of New
Zealand honour. R.I.P. David Lange: A Great New Zealand Statesman Dies - Former Prime Minister David Lange died at 10pm Saturday night at Middlemore Hospital in south Auckland. His brother Peter and son Roy were at his side. David Lange had been in hospital receiving dialysis after his kidneys had failed due to complications arising from diabetes. He lapsed into unconsciousness on Friday. On Saturday, his wife Margaret Pope had been at his side until 6pm. She quickly returned to Middlemore Hospital after hearing the news at 10pm. See... David Lange Passes Away After Long Illness

  • Scoop Audio - Scoop & RadioLive Discuss David Lange’s Passing & Legacy

  • PM Helen Clark - Death of Rt Hon David Lange

  • ACT - David Lange - Mourning A Truly Great NZer

  • National Party - Brash pays tribute to Lange

  • Maori Party - Maori Party Acknowledges Rt. Hon David Lange

  • United Future - Dunne: David Lange inspired a nation

  • CTU- CTU pays tribute to David Lange

  • EPMU - Working people pay tribute to Lange

  • NZEI - Lange's Vision For Early Education Recognised

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