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Scoop Audio: PM Discusses Solomon Islands And Rising Lake Levels


Scoop Audio: Those with perfect eyesight at the Prime Minister's post cabinet press conference would have been able to read the report on rising lake level's that was happily shaken by the PM. As well as looking pleased at the rapidly disappearing power crisis the PM also appeared pleased when discussing the probable re-appointment of David Parker to cabinet. Less pleasing for the PM was discussing the emails released today under the OIA from TVNZ board chairman Craig Boyce to departing CEO Ian Fraser. Somewhere in-between the ecstasy of the rising lake levels and the disappointment at Craig Boyce's enthusiastic emailing was the issue of Labour's dealings with the Maori Party and the recent crisis in the Solomon Islands.

Scoop Audio.Scoop Streaming Audio: PM's post-cabinet press conference, 01/05/06

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