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Radio New Zealand Audio: Brash "An Old Racist" - Coddington

Radio New Zealand Audio: Brash "An Old Racist" - Coddington

Audio courtesy of Radio New Zealand National.

Nine to Noon: Politics with Sue Bradford and Deborah Coddington The ACT Party's recent newspaper advertisement and Labour's capital gains policy. (2434)

Morning Report: Don Brash responds to John Ansell's resignation Don Brash who joins us in our Auckland studio. (618)

Morning Report: Pita Sharples says Don Brash must be held to account
The Maori Party says Act has crossed the line with a provocative newspaper advertisement headlined 'Fed up with pandering to Maori radicals?' (214)

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