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Scoop Audio: PM Chats About Oldies But Goodies

Scoop Audio: PM Chats About Oldies But Goodies

The Prime Minister in question answering mode earlier this year – Scoop Image

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Yesterdays post cabinet press conference turned into a marathon - a marathon packed with information about how the Government intended to improve investment in electricity transmission and distribution.

See -

  • Govt improves investment regime for transmission
  • Following Energy Minister David Parker and Commerce Minister Lianne Dalziel's announcements regarding electricity the Prime Minister took questions. Among the hot topics of the day for the media was the issue of taxpayer money funding parliamentary parties information/electioneering material and of course the shamed non-ministerial post holding backbench MP Taito Philip Field.

    Listen to the PM explain what happened at cabinet

    Scoop Audio.Scoop Streaming Audio: PM explains what happened at cabinet 07.08.06


    Click here to download file (mp3)

    Listen to the PM answering assorted media types questions

    Scoop Audio.Scoop Streaming Audio: PM takes questions from the gallery 07.08.06


    Click here to download file (mp3)

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