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Scoop Audio: 666 PM's Presser

Scoop Audio: 666 PM's Presser

The Prime Minister answers questions from the press outside Premier House late last year – the PM looked remarkably similar this afternoon and was again dressed in red


It was something of a hike for members of the gallery today as the weekly press conference was held outside the steps of Premier House. In today's abbreviated chat with the Prime Minister she was quizzed on foreign affairs in the Pacific – namely the current situation in Fiji and East Timor. The PM was also quizzed about the fate of Labour MP Taito Philip Field and the long awaited report into certain business dealings Mr Field was involved in. When quizzed about Mr Field the PM chose her words carefully.

Listen to the PM discussing the issues of the day on the inauspiciously numbered 06.06.06

Scoop Audio.Scoop Streaming Audio: PM Premier House press conference, 06/06/06

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