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Multimedia: PM on Quake Anniversary, Diseases, Stephen Fry

Published: Tue 21 Feb 2012 09:18 AM
PM's Press Conference Monday 20th Feb, 2012Scoop Audio, Photos and Video
By Mark P. Williams
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CONTENT SUMMARY:
PM began with remarks on the forthcoming one year anniversary of the Christchurch earthquake and took questions on a variety of topics
- PM was asked his opinion on whether he considered the recent High Court ruling to be a tightening of the law on foreign ownership of New Zealand assets
- PM was asked about the Commonwealth donations to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee
- PM was asked his opinion on the increase in infectious diseases in NZ
- PM gave his opinion on Stephen Fry's comments about New Zealand broadband
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Scoop Images:Today's PM's press conference.
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Mark P. Williams
Political Journalist and Independent Academic Researcher
Journalist and independent academic researcher with primary interests in politics and literature.
As a researcher I am a contributor to various academic publications, including Alluvium journal of 21st century literature, The Literary London Journal, The Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies, and Critical Engagements: Journal of the UK Network for Modern Fiction Studies (UKNMFS).
As a journalist, I have worked as Parliamentary reporter for Scoop Independent Media and International editor for the Scoop Review of Books.
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