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Public Address 24 June 2014 - The Radio NZ restructure plan

Public Address 24 June 2014 - Exclusive: The Radio NZ restructure plan

Radio New Zealand: changing the channel
9:26 Jun 24, 2014 in Hard News by Russell Brown
The role of Head of News would disappear under a new organisational and management structure being proposed by Radio New Zealand CEO Paul Thompson to set the broadcaster on a “new path” to becoming a “multimedia organisation”.…
http://publicaddress.net/hardnews/radio-new-zealand-changing-the-channel/

One in Four – NZ Disability Survey
9:21 Jun 24, 2014 in Access by Various artists 5
A focused Disability Survey has been conducted after each national Census since 1996. This is the only official source of data about disabled New Zealanders. The first data from the 2013 Disability Survey has been released, focusing on demographic details…
http://publicaddress.net/access/one-in-four-nz-disability-survey/

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