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Radio Adelaide: Manning On Tizard's Decision + Levy Poll

Radio Adelaide: Selwyn Manning & Catherine Zengerer – Tizard's Decision + Poll Shows Support For Levy

  • Scoop Audio: Scoop's Selwyn Manning & Radio Adelaide's Catherine Zengerer discuss how the New Zealand Labour Party has had a slight reprieve from critical analysis with Party List politician Judith Tizard deciding not to return to Parliament.

    Also, a UMR Research poll suggests 57 percent of Kiwis surveyed said they favoured a levy to help pay for the Christchurch earthquake rebuild. The majority did not support the National-led Government's plan to borrow its way out of the crisis.

    Also, a leaked Government paper suggests the National-led Government is developing policy to increase gas and coal exports...






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