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Lyndon Hood's Pics of the Weeks: April 2008

Lyndon Hood's Pics of the Weeks: April 2008

Scoop editorial images by Lyndon Hood, for stories from April 2008. For previous images see Pics of the Weeks: March 2008.

Lyndon Hood - "April Fool!" - Govt

Electoral Commission - Decision - Application to list EPMU as third party

NZ Govt - NZ Superannuation Fund and Cluster Munitions

Youth Organised and United - Garth McVicar fails to address the problem

Kevin List - Peters Takes Aim At Alleged Benefits of FTA

Internet NZ - Copyright Amendment Act a "missed opportunity"

Lyndon Hood - Lyndon Hood: Trade Briefs

National - National seeks court clarity on election law

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Agenda - Agenda Transcript: John Key on Asset Sales

Scoop Multimedia - PM's Press Conference - Pamphlets

Election 08 - Looking For Labour’s Laggards

Engineering Printing and Manufacturing Union - Fisher & Paykel ditches NZ for cheap labour

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Coalition for Open Government - Press Council finds fault with Herald EFA Campaign

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Election 08 - Fight For Your Right To PRT

Dror N Corter - Scoop Satire: Sit-Down Toilets In Our Prisons!

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Lyndon Hood - Lyndon Hood: NZ Politics - The Text Adventure

Lyndon Hood - Lyndon Hood: NZ Politics - The Text Adventure

ACT - Gibbs Donates $100,000 To ACT

NZ Council of Christian Social Services - Give the breaks to those who need it - our poorest children

Election 08 - On The Listener, past and present

Election 08 - System stacked against Baldock petition


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