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Public Address 11/12/09 - Getting out of archives

Public Address 11/12/09 - Getting out of the archives

Getting out of the archives | Dec 11, 2009 09:59
Russell Brown's Hard News
The major news angle out of the Television New Zealand Amendment Bill has, understandably, been its shooing-out of the Charter in favour of only the most vestigial of public broadcasting obligations. But there's something genuinely innovative there too: Part 4A --TVNZ archived works. This part of the bill...

Rethinking NZ's Emergency Aid | Dec 10, 2009 20:40
GUEST: David Shearer, MP for Mt Albert
The recent Pacific tsunami highlights the rather orthodox way New Zealand responds to crises in our part of the Pacific � and some of the opportunities we are not seeing. When disaster strikes New Zealanders are generous and we do all we can to help out. Samoa and Tonga after...


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