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Radio Adelaide: Selwyn Manning - NZ News In Review

Radio Adelaide: Selwyn Manning & Stephen Smilie – 2010 NZ News In Review

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    Scoop's Selwyn Manning and Radio Adelaide's Stephen Smiley deliver a New Zealand news in review for 2010, including how the Wikileaks cables between the United States' New Zealand-based Embassy and Washington reveal a major security breach where top NZ Ministry of Defence officials were providing information on secret and sensitive Cabinet discussions to the US Government.

    Also discussed was how in October all the districts and cities that made up the Auckland region amalgamated to form one giant City containing 1.4 million people, and how this equates to a powerful political body commanding the attention of Central Government.





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