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Molesworth & Featherston – 14 December 2004

Molesworth & Featherston


Business and Political News
14th December 2004

In the latest edition:

Santa brings you a full news bag for the last edition of 2004. A Cabinet re-shuffle looms, Labour can almost govern alone on the exclusive Molesworth & Featherston rolling average poll of polls and Cabinet considers another long pre-Christmas agenda. Treasury’s December fiscal update gets a once over, we’ll pay more to store oil we won’t use, and there is a pre-Christmas bonanza of media news and comment…all in the last edition before the Governor’s edition arrives in 2005 (if you haven’t signed up yet, read on for details)…

For the inside oil on politics and business in Wellington see…

http://www.molesworthandfeatherston.info/

Direct Link To This Week's Edition:
http://www.molesworthandfeatherston.info/pdf/MandF14Dec04.pdf


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