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Scoop Images: It's High Noon For Linda Clark

Scoop Images: It's High Noon For Linda Clark


Images by Alastair Thompson

Linda Clark host of Radio New Zealand's Nine to Noon show for the past few years today finishes up. To mark the occasion Scoop went over to take a few pictures of Linda during her last session behind the microphone. Clark is moving on to study law, spend more time with her twin sons and spend considerably less time preparing for interviews.


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Clark with National's Nick Smith (back turned), The Green's Jeanette Fitzsimons and The Maori Party's Pita Sharples (discussing Peak Oil - LISTEN... Part 1 & Part 2.)


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A bouquet from a fan.

ENDS


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