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Public Address 08/09/05 - Interesting Day

PUBLIC ADDRESS 08/09/05 - Interesting Day

Interesting day | Sep 08, 2005 10:15
Russell Brown's Hard News

On Monday, David Slack noted that the odds-setters at Centrebet were sitting tight and waiting for a big bang in the election campaign. I wonder if yesterday was it. There was, of course, the TV3 poll, which suggested a staggering turnaround in party fortunes: Labour 45,...,

When a policy isn't written down, is it still a policy? A conversation with Pansy Wong | Sep 08, 2005 09:15
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

She came to the country at the same time as my family, is New Zealand's most left-wing Chinese MP, has an electorate office around the corner from my flat, and tries to talk down to me like she's my mother - yet somehow, Pansy Wong and I just don't click...,

The Ginga from Otaki | Sep 08, 2005 01:25
Keith Ng on the election trail

"Social engineering"? "Homos*xual agendas"? "Pragmatic sell outs"? What is Labour really trying to do? We ask Labour's Junior Whip, the Ginga from Otaki and career politician, Darren Hughes. [Brief interlude: There'll be a charity screening of Campaign, a documentary about the Wellington Central race in '96, on at the National...,


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