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Public Address 11/10/05 - Salient Sells Out & More

PUBLIC ADDRESS 11/10/05 - Salient Sells Out & More

Wheezy | Oct 11, 2005 10:02
Russell Brown's Hard News

I don't think this is what the Maori Party wanted before its first group of MPs are even seated. Its third-ranked list candidate Atareta Poananga has blasted its consultative hui process, describing it and co-leader Tariana Turia's glad-eye approach to National as "political suicide"...
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All New Zealanders | Oct 10, 2005 20:28
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

A very good and interesting speech by Bill English the other day. Not so much because it said anything new, nor because of the timing, but because it represents a particular line of thought about the way New Zealand's history will unfold in the future...
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Salient Sells Out for Media Freedom | Oct 10, 2005 13:42
Keith Ng on the election trail

Salient's fight to overturn the High Court injunction blocking its publication last week has left it with around $8000 in legal fees and lost advertising revenue. The first copy that was liberated from Victoria University is now being auctioned off on TradeMe to help Salient recover its costs...
http://publicaddress.net/default,2609.sm

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