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Radio Adelaide: Rudd + Clark + Rogernomics

Scoop Audio: Selwyn Manning on Radio Adelaide: Rudd + Clark + Rogernomics

  • Scoop Audio: Scoop's Selwyn Manning & Radio Adelaide's Peter Godfrey discuss how climate change was the focus of Australian PM Kevin Rudd's meeting with Helen Clark in Auckland – although recognition of the climate change refugee issue wont happen soon... and how will Australia and New Zealand vote at the Nuclear Suppliers Group meeting in Vienna over the US/India nuke deal?

    Also, the man who invented Rogernomics, Sir Roger Douglas is positioned to possibly return to Parliament as number 3 on the ACT Party List.







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