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PM Talks Palestinian Aid, Health 'N' (Peak) Oil

Scoop Audio: PM Discusses Palestinian Aid, Health 'N' (Peak)Oil


The PM in post-cabinet question answering mode – Scoop Image 2005

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On a day when allegedly the world's greatest rock'n'roll band was in town it seemed darn near impossible to work up much enthusiasm for intricate world affairs type debates. Fortunately for NZ 's parliamentary democracy the Prime Minister wasn't too excited by the Rolling Stones (evidently she was 'too young' for Mick'n'Keith) and so unencumbered by a desire to walk a 'moonlight mile' the PM was capable of taking questions on NZ giving aid to the Palestinian people, health matters in NZ and the world price of oil.

Listen to the PM mix it up with the parliamentary press gallery:

Scoop Audio.Scoop Streaming Audio: PM Post Cabinet 18.04.06

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