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Video: PM's Post Cabinet Presser 17 December 2007

Scoop Audio + Photos + Video: PM's Post Cabinet Presser Monday, 10 December 2007


PM Helen Clark at her final post cabinet Press Conference for 2007 - Scoop Video Camera is in foreground. See more images below

  • Scoop Video: Video on Demand of the Prime Minister, Helen Clark's post Cabinet press conference for Parliamentary press gallery journalists. The cabinet readout was followed by Q&A on the Eden Park World Cup 2011 re-development decisions , the Government's pasting in recent polls and the Electoral Finance Bill which is scheduled to have its 3rd reading in the Parliament tomorrow.

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  • Scoop Image: Image of the Prime Minister Helen Clark at today's post Cabinet press conference for Parliamentary press gallery journalists.


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  • Scoop Audio: Audio on Demand of the Prime Minister, Helen Clark's post Cabinet press conference for Parliamentary press gallery journalists. The cabinet readout was followed by Q&A on the Eden Park World Cup 2011 re-development decisions, the Government's pasting in recent polls and the Electoral Finance Bill which is scheduled to have its 3rd reading in the Parliament tomorrow.

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