21 Mar 2013

The Panel with Gary Moore and Chris Trotter (Part 1)

From Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan, 4:07 pm on 21 March 2013

Topics - the new head of the Families Commission has called in auditors after discovering that more than $400,000 was paid to an Australian consultant. The new race relations commissioner Susan Devoy insists Waitangi Day is important and she says her earlier citicism of it reflected a belief that other people don't take it seriously enough. It turns out that the Associate Education Minister John Banks had shares in Australian company Talent2.

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