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Pre-Election Fiscal Update Video Scoop today broadcasted LIVE Video from inside the Pre-Election Fiscal Update in Wellington. This was the first time Scoop had gone to air live with video and is a demonstration of what Scoop and B2B buddy is planning for you. If you missed the live demo, you are still able to view this news event via high resolution Video On Demand. See… Scoop Live Video: Pre-Election Economic and Fiscal Update ALSO: While you are here, take a look at Scoop’s new advertisement! Don’t Swallow Just Anything!

RECOMMENDED AUDIO: Today's top audio includes a bulletin from Alastair Thompson direct from the Government's Pre-Election Economic Fiscal Update press conference. Also: Selwyn Manning spoke to Australia's Adelaide Radio about NZ's top news for the week. AND Kevin List delivered a news roundup on all things Political on Wellington's Radio Active.

here for Scoop Audio.SCOOP AUDIO: Helen Clark, Michael Cullen & Steve Maharey Post Pre-EFU Press Conference announcing policy of increased Family Tax Relief - 45 Minutes

here for Scoop Audio.SCOOP AUDIO: Selwyn Manning & Lisa Leong on Adelaide Radio (Talk about David Lange, a thaw between USA and NZ, and PM Motorcade case judgment expected today.)

ClickSCOOP AUDIO: Kevin List on Radio Active (Talks about all the big issues from Parliament for this week.)


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