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5AA Australia: Manning & Godfrey On US Invites & Budget 2011

5AA Adelaide: Selwyn Manning & Peter Godfrey's New Zealand Issues Bulletin

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    Scoop's Selwyn Manning and 5AA Adelaide's Peter Godfrey discuss how United States President Barack Obama has 'kind of' invited New Zealand Prime Minister John Key to meet with him in the White House sometime in the late US Summer.

    Also, the National-led Government will read its third Budget today at 2pm. Its political oponents and its friends are all calling for solutions to the economy's problems including debt and the servicing of that debt.

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