Pat Brittenden Mornings Audio

We had in studio today Dale Campbell who is a Pastor from Auckland’s North Shore, and Dr Graeme Finlay who is a senior lecturer in Scientific Pathology at Auckland University speaking about their belief that biological evolution is the way by which life developed. Graeme and Dale are convinced that life has evolved and that…

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Pat Brittenden Mornings Audio

David Shearer on John Banks [soundcloud url=”http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/44886635″ iframe=”true” /] Immigration Minister Nathan Guy on new legislation around asylum seekers [soundcloud url=”http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/44887174″ iframe=”true” /] Gary Poole from the Refugee Council of NZ on proposed legislation around asylum seekers [soundcloud url=”http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/44887367″ iframe=”true” /] The Panel with David Slack and Bob McCoskrie [soundcloud url=”http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/44898108″ iframe=”true” /]

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The Greens almost got me…almost

I had started preparing a blog post in my mind in response to this press release by the Greens The Green Party has pioneered the co-leadership model which has helped us provide representative and dynamic leadership. We think the time has come for further innovation, said Green Party Co-leader Dr Russel Norman. We will be…

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We taxpayers may be up for a windfall

It seems that Judith Collins is going to use your and my money to fight her defamation case against Andrew Little, Radio NZ and Trevor Mallard From RNZ The Prime Minister says the public may pick up the tab for legal bills relating to the defamation suit threatened by ACC Minister Judith Collins. Ms Collins…

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An important few days for 59 million Americans

I was listening to American talk radio yesterday, which typically is conservative talk, and the issue of Health Care, aka Obamacare, has come up again. In the Supreme Court at the moment we have the final hurdle for the Presidents Health Care package to go through. The nuts and bolts of this are that the…

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Bradley Ambrose denied to right to stop his name being smeared

Yesterday we found out that the Police were not going to press charges against freelance cameraman Bradley Ambrose. Forget the accusations about Police holding onto the decision until John Key was away, forget the forced “letter of regret” as opposed to a “letter of apology”, forget the accusation of bullying as the Crown seeks court…

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