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Public Address 06/03/08 - Phoning a Friend

Public Address 06/03/08 - Phoning a Friend

Phoning a Friend | Mar 06, 2008 10:18
Russell Brown's Hard News
The irony of the last-minute move to fence off Auckland airport is the when Labour was in its pomp, it would have been seen as awful political management. From Labour on the ropes, it is being greeted, in some quarters at least, as clever politics. There has already been a...,

AIA and Maori Seats | Mar 05, 2008 13:26
Keith Ng is like raaaaain on your wedding day.
Overseas investment rules: decent intentions, terrible goddamn timing. Everyone seems to be ignoring the fact that Auckland Airport really *is* strategically vital infrastructure. It's the only airport going into Auckland, the only real international link in the North Island (Wellington hardly counts), and New Zealand's primary gateway internationally. Not only...,


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