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LSN "Corngate" Edition: August 26, 2003

Published: Wed 27 Aug 2003 02:48 PM
"Corngate" inquiry continues - TV3 in trouble with PM over "Corngate" report - Corngate coverage 'simply not good enough' - PM defends 'Corngate' phone call
"Corngate" inquiry continues
Environment Ministry officials today continued to hold their line that there has never been an allowable level of genetically engineered (GE) contamination in corn. Ministry chief executive Barry ...
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TV3 in trouble with PM over "Corngate" report
TV3 is again in trouble with Prime Minister Helen Clark over its coverage of the "Corngate" affair. Miss Clark's brother-in-law, Crop and Food Research scientist Allan Hardacre, yesterday appeared...
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Corngate coverage 'simply not good enough'
I despair sometimes, I really do, Russell Brown writes today in Hard News."We heard yesterday from the Corngate select committee inquiry that the Prime Minister consulted her brother-in-law, a cro...
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PM defends 'Corngate' phone call
Prime Minister Helen Clark has defended phoning her brother-in-law, scientist Allan Hardacre, to get advice on a Gisborne corn crop suspected of being contaminated with genetically modified material....
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