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95bFM: Trinity of Power Political Debates

Published: Thu 23 Oct 2008 11:31 AM
95bFM Audio: Paul Deady and the Trinity of Power Debates
95bFM Audio: Paul Deady hosts a live Trinity of Power debate in the Auckland University Quad with ACT's Rodney Hide, Greens' Russell Norman, and United's Peter Dunne. Scoop's Selwyn Manning wraps up with some analysis on how the politicians performed.
Index:
(Part 1)
(Part 2)
(Part 3)
Scoop's Selwyn Manning analyses the debate.


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95bFM's Paul Deady (far left) hosts the Trinity of Power Debate. From left: Rodney Hide, Peter Dunne, and Russell Norman.
Panel Debate (Part 1)
Panel Debate (Part 2)
Panel Debate (Part 3)
Analysis (Part 4) Selwyn Manning and Paul Deady analyse the performance of ACT's Rodney Hide, United's Peter Dunne, and the Green Party's Russell Norman.
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