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Public Address 6 March 2012 - Asset sales & unwarranted risk

Public Address 6 March 2012 - Asset sales and unwarranted risk

Unwarranted risk
9:18 Mar 6, 2012 in Hard News by Russell Brown
John Key and his government are fortunate that their asset sale programme is being fronted by a minister who knows how to stay out of trouble. The sang froid that has served Tony Ryall well in the Health portfolio seems...

It’s In the Kete!
9:52 Mar 5, 2012 in Hard News by Russell Brown
One Friday last December I accompanied several of my Media7 friends to Waiheke Island. We were not media lunching (although I’d managed to squeeze in one of those earlier): we were there to attend a recording of It’s In the Kete...

Censorship is not the only enemy of free speech
9:04 Mar 5, 2012 in Speaker by The Law Commission
This is the third and last of our series of blog posts from the Law Commission, which continues to seek feedback on and discussion of its Review of Regulatory Gaps and the New Media issues paper. It follows on from...


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