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Lyndon Hood's Pics of the Weeks: September 2008

Lyndon Hood's Pics of the Weeks: September 2008

Scoop editorial images by Lyndon Hood, for stories from September 2008. For previous images see Pics of the Weeks: August 2008.


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Election 08 - The Bad Blood Between the SFO and Peters


University of Auckland - Sir Robert Jones bestows annual philosophy awards


NZ Govt - Disability Bill Passed


NZ Govt - National caucus in disarray as leaks intensify


Unite Union - Constructive Dismissal costs McDonald's $15,000


International Finance Corporation - Doing Business 2009


Election 08 - Winston Peters’ Rebuttal Of Glenn


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Election 08 - ‘Horse race’ political journalism


NZ Govt - PM’s announcement on the 2008 General Election


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Election 08 - How US Financial Meltdown Will Affect NZ Election


Greens - Nothing to fear from gang treaty claims


Employers and Manufacturers - FTA prospect with USA great news


Election 08 - The contemptible behaviour of both Peters and Key


NZ Govt - Parody/satire review announced


Office of the Speaker - Rainbow Room formally dedicated at Parliament


Commerce Commission - Warning 'light' and 'mild' tobacco just as deadly


Election 08 - On The US Bailout, And On Treating Key With Kid Gloves


Election 08 - Gordon Campbell on the Rejection of the Bailout Plan

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