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Colin James political journalist and analyst New Zealand
Westco Lagan is another example. This 110-job company invested heavily in rimu processing equipment on the strength of the West Coast Accord which assured a ...
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Colin James political journalist and analyst New Zealand
Campaign of doom and hope, 7 November 2008, NZ Herald election review ... A bad time to be in government, 10 October 2008, NZ Herald election review ...
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Colin James political journalist and analyst New Zealand
... the voters -- Clark's battles are history, not matters of the moment. ... Paradoxically, while at the leader level National has the new-generation ... is a rising generation which puts its energies into direct action rather than party politics. .
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Colin James political journalist and analyst New Zealand
The obverse of this is political scientist Clark's recognition that government from the centre on the old social democratic rules is now impossible. ...
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Colin James political journalist and analyst New Zealand
COLIN JAMES Political Journalist & Analyst ... Far more relevant is the average income-earner. And the average earner, including overtime, has in the past ...
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Colin James political journalist and analyst New Zealand
Colin James's column for the Otago Daily Times for 3 February 2009. As John Key, Bill English and a swag of ministers head to two days of Treaty of Waitangi ...
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Colin James political journalist and analyst New Zealand
Subliminal messages, 16 May 2006, NZ Herald column ... MARCH 2006. A new liberal-conservative National, 28 March 2006, NZ Herald column ...
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Colin James political journalist and analyst New Zealand
The fine line between a free lunch and forelock-tugging. Colin James's column for the NZ Herald for 17 December 2002. Stephen Franks is no forelock-tugger. ...
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Colin James political journalist and analyst New Zealand
The hate of the few, 15 August 2006, NZ Herald column ... MARCH 2006. A new liberal-conservative National, 28 March 2006, NZ Herald column ...
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Colin James political journalist and analyst New Zealand
Modernising Greens, 30 May 2006, NZ Herald column ... MARCH 2006. A new liberal-conservative National, 28 March 2006, NZ Herald column ...
 
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