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Audio: RDU's Wammo IVs PM Helen Clark

Audio: RDU's Wammo IVs PM Helen Clark

Helen Clark and Wammo chat about: The Waikato River and the current talks about ownership as well as Helen's personal connection - Communications Minister David Cunliffe's Telecom and Vodafone comments - How does Helen let out steam especially over the last few weeks - Budget aftermath in particular the focus on tax cuts - Is Helen missing ACT's Rodney Hide and Heather Roy? - Swear words becoming more acceptable on TV - How does the Beehive effect Helen emotionally? - Are back benchers as useless as Michael Laws says?

Scoop Audio.RDU Audio:Wammo talks to PM Helen Clark.


Tune into RDU Mornings with Wammo 6am till 10am weekdays RDU 98.5fm (Christchurch)
www.rdu.org.nz

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