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Scoop Video: Madeleine Setchell Inquiry Presser

Scoop Video: Press Conferences To Accompany Release Of Reports Into The Madeleine Setchell Sacking Affair - Wednesday, 14 November 2007

  • Scoop Video: Video on Demand of the two press conferences held this morning at the State Services Commission to announce the results of the Don Hunn report into the Madeleine Setchell Sacking Affair. The first conference consists of a an introduction from Solicitor General David Collins followed by a reading of sections of the Hunn Report by Don Hunn. Don Hunn was not allowed to take questions from the media.

    In the second press conference State Services Commissioner Mark Prebble and Ministry of Environment Chief Executive Hugh Logan appeared before the media to outline what they had learned from the affair. Mark Prebble and Hugh Logan began by reading from prepared statements. Questions were then taken from the media. Hugh Logan apologised and said he should have done better.

Don Hunn & David Collins - Press Play To Start Video…

Mark Prebble & Hugh Logan - Press Play To Start Video…

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