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Audio: PM Has Presser, While Brash Rarks Up Orewa

Scoop Audio: PM Has Post Cab Presser, While Brash Rarks Up Orewa

Scoop Audio: The Prime Minister Helen Clark enjoyed a rather relaxed post cabinet press conference today, with a good many gallery journalists having headed northwards in order to receive National Leader Don Brash's Orewa speech firsthand. Those in the gallery that remained wished to know what the PM thought about Dr Brash's speech to the residents of Orewa.

Other topics canvassed on a hot, muggy Wellington day included a possible visit by British PM Tony Blair and whether PMs (both past and present) are kept in the dark by the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB).

Scoop Audio.Scoop Streaming Audio: PM's post-cabinet press conference, 31/01/06

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