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Scoop Audio: PM's Press Conference 3 Oct. 2005

Scoop Audio: Prime Minister's Post Cabinet Press Conference 3 October 2005


Audio and pictures Alastair Thompson


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Prime Minister Helen Clark today dealt with the following issues at her post cabinet press conference(the audio of which can be listened to via the accompanying links):

- The latest Bali Bombing
- Post special vote coalition forming negotiations
- The inquiry into Taito Philip Field

Listen to the press conference in full (20 mins)

STREAMING AUDIO:
http://img.scoop.co.nz/media/audio/0510/HCPresser31005.m3u
DOWNLOAD (Hint: right click and "save target as"):
http://img.scoop.co.nz/media/audio/0510/HCPresser31005.mp3

More images from today's press conference:


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