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Lyndon Hood's Pics of the Weeks: July 2008

Lyndon Hood's Pics of the Weeks: July 2008

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


Lyndon Hood - Nat Email Hacked In Parallel Universe


Fairfax - Fairfax to Build Editorial Centres of Expertise


New Zealand Defence Force - Court Of Inquiry Announced


Manufacturers and Exporters Association - Situation tenuous as confidence drops


NZ Govt - Mates’ rates for Aussie insurers will cost Kiwis


Paymark EFTPOS - Rural Areas Lead Eftpos Spending in June


Electricity Commission - Options Paper on electricity market design


Public Service Association - PSA Alarmed By Auckland Museum Restructuring


finsec - ANZ National fuelling attack on public services


NZ Govt - Prisoners to refurbish state houses


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Election 08 - Gordon Campbell on big, bad government spending


Ministry of Research Science and Technology - Record research investment to benefit New Zealand


Election 08 - Gordon Campbell on the Immigration Bill, striking health workers, and the Obama Veepstakes


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Greens - $1/litre petrol drives NZ's roading programme


LawFuel - Uproar In Britain After Court Ruling 20 Years Ago


National - ACC policy: safer workplaces,


NZ Govt - New Zealand signs new science agreement with EU


Greens - Aussie ETS no model for New Zealand


Lyndon Hood - Lyndon Hood: Things To Do About Winston Peters


Hanover Finance - Hanover Finance Moves To Restructure


C.D. Sludge - Sludge Report #183: Sunshine On A Cloudy Day


National - Workplace policy: expanding job opportunities


Election 08 - Gordon Campbell on National’s industrial relations policy


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NZ Govt - John Key flip flops yet again


AUT University - Social Impact of Internet in NZ - Results Released


NZ Govt - Key admits support for communism


National - Kea deaths warrant independent review


IHC - IHC takes complaint to Human Rights Commission


Election 08 - Gordon Campbell on the Olympics

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