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Audio: PM Talks About Iran, Housing And Plunket

Scoop Audio: PM Talks About Iran, Housing And Plunketline

The PM in question answering mode – Scoop image 2005
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Scoop Audio: The assembled masses at today's press conference were able to indulge in high level foreign affairs speculation around the United States intentions for Iran. Also on the post-cabinet smorgosboard were the chance for the media to quiz the Prime Minister about alleged shenanigans at Housing New Zealand resulting in hush money being paid out and the withdrawal of funding from PlunketLine.

Listen to the Prime Minister explain what decisions cabinet took today:

Scoop Audio.Scoop Streaming Audio: PM talks about cabinet decisions

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Listen to the Prime Minister interact with the media:

Scoop Audio.Scoop Streaming Audio: PM's post-cabinet press conference, 10/04/06

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