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Public Address 01/07/08 - Tastes like democracy

Public Address 01/07/08 - Tastes like democracy

Improving quality by cutting service | Jul 01, 2008 10:40
Russell Brown's Hard News
Fairfax Media is making appropriately soothing noises about its plan to "review" the positions of as many as 50 sub-editors on its stable of print publications, but the equation is clear enough: it aims to improve quality by cutting service. That service being a quarter of its local sub-editors. The...,

Tastes like democracy | Jun 30, 2008 23:48
Graeme Edgeler learns the lesson of history
I have fond memories of the 2005 election. I woke up early enough. I spent a couple of hours doing not a whole lot at home, and then walked the 200 or 300 metres to the Karori West Normal School hall. There weren't a lot of us at around a...,

PA Radio: The New Zealand Political Stock Market
Posted at 9:52AM on 1 Jul 08
Qi-Shan Lim talks to David Slack and Damian Christie about creating New Zealand's first political prediction market.,1195,


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