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The Listener

EDITORIAL: Private Relations – The Timberlands / Shandwick fiasco.

UPFRONT: Bruce Ansley talks to racings Ken Browne.

POLITICS: Spring Fever – Poor Winston Doesn’t Get Invited To Parties Anymore.

THE FUTURE OF WORK: Within 10 years we will see massive changes in the job market; yet there is no cohesive strategy to cope with this. Welcome to the reality of the ‘knowledge economy’.

FORTY FIVE SECONDS: A New Zealander living in Istanbul describes the terror of the Turkish earthquake and the human tragedy of its aftermath.

CAUGHT BEHIND: While New Zealand celebrates not being bottom of the cricketing world, England mourns in typical style.

MAGNUM FORCE: The Winebox that wouldn’t die.

COMRADES: The death of Ray Nunes.

STRIKE OUT: Is the Fisher and Paykel strike a sign of further industrial unrest.

DIGITAL AGE: The phenomena of prostate cancer – a Father’s Day Special.

PERFORMANCE: The Andy Warhol retrospective.



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