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Public Address - Judith Collins and the sphere of influence

Public Address 5 May 2014 - Judith Collins and the sphere of influence

The sphere of influence
9:37 May 5, 2014 in Hard News by Russell Brown
In his withering portrait of Judith Collins in this month’s Metro magazine, Steve Braunias relates the story of her work in achieving a reconciliation between two of her most loyal media pups, Cameron Slater and Rachel Glucina. The minister proudly…

Why we can’t just fix secondary tax
9:26 May 5, 2014 in Speaker by Deborah Russell
“What are you going to do about secondary tax?” people ask me. “It’s not fair to charge people more tax just because they’ve got a couple of part time jobs.” It’s a common mistake. And it’s easy to understand why…

Disability Stakeholders
20:19 May 4, 2014 in Access by Sacha Dylan
Some types of people and organisations commonly come up when we discuss disability. My understanding of them flows from how I think about disability. There are other ways, which you are free to raise and discuss below. And let me…


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