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The Huddle at 1740

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It’s Monday and I’m on ZB with Larry Williams to do The Huddle with pinko attack blogger David Farrar

Our topics will be:

You can listen online via iHeartRadio and normal methods.

As usual I will post the audio in the morning.

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The Huddle at 1740

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It’s Monday and I’m on ZB with Larry Williams to do The Huddle with Josie Pagani again.

Our topics will be:

  • So first up we’ve got cabinet today discussing the issue of our involvement with the international military action against ISIS. Seems like we’re poised to help out in some shape or form. David Shearer doesn’t think we should commit troops to the effort. Perhaps he’d like us to hire some of those mercenary firms he is dead keen on. Meanwhile we’ve got a couple of whack jobs in our own back yard too popping up to say what a great job ISIS is doing. Read more »

The Huddle

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Last night Susan Wood sat in for Larry Williams to do The Huddle with Jock Anderson and myself.

Our topics were:

  • Labour Leadership race
  • Parliament swearing in, but grumbles about allegiance to the Queen rather than Te Tiriti
  • Australia has backed off its anti-burqa law

Read more »

The Huddle at 1740

newstalkzb

It’s Monday and Susan Wood is sitting in for Larry Williams to do The Huddle with Jock Anderson and myself.

Our topics will be:

  • Labour Leadership race
  • Parliament swearing in, but grumbles about allegiance to the Queen rather than Te Tiriti
  • Australia has backed off its anti-burqa law

You can listen online via iHeartRadio and normal methods.

As usual I will post the audio in the morning.

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The Huddle

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Yesterday it was Monday and as usual Larry Williams had The Huddle with Jock Anderson and myself.

Our topics were:

  • David Cunliffe withdraws from Labour leadership race, endorses Andrew Little
  • John Key’s anti terror laws. Are they actually needed? Why does everyone seem to be against it?
    You can listen online via iHeartRadio and usual methods.

Read more »

The Huddle at 1740

newstalkzb

It’s Monday and as usual Larry Williams has The Huddle with Jock Anderson and myself.

Our topics will be:

  • David Cunliffe withdraws from Labour leadership race, endorses Andrew Little
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  • John Key’s anti terror laws.  Are they actually needed?  Why does everyone seem to be against it?

You can listen online via iHeartRadio and usual methods.

As usual I will post the audio in the morning.

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The Huddle

newstalkzb

It’s Monday and as usual Larry Williams has The Huddle with Jock Anderson and myself.

Our topics will be:

  • National’s cabinet reshuffle.
  • The electricity cuts in Auckland. A two sided affair, businesses take a hit – and these kind of power cuts shouldn’t be happening. BUT also there was a bit of overkill in relation to the media coverage and the term “crisis” being bandied about.
  • Nicky Hager getting raided by the Police.

Read more »

The Huddle at 1740

newstalkzb

It’s Monday and as usual Larry Williams has The Huddle with Jock Anderson and myself.

Our topics will be:

  • National’s cabinet reshuffle.
  • The electricity cuts in Auckland. A two sided affair, businesses take a hit – and these kind of power cuts shouldn’t be happening. BUT also there was a bit of overkill in relation to the media coverage and the term “crisis” being bandied about.

You can listen online via iHeartRadio and usual methods.

As usual I will post the audio in the morning.

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The Huddle

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I was on The Huddle last night.

There was a slight change this week after Josie Pagani showed her right wing credentials they have decided to get a real left winger on the show and so David Farrar made an appearance

Our topics were:

  • Labour – where did it all go so wrong and will their inquiry get to the bottom of the problem. Looking at their terms of reference in relation to this it’s like they are basically looking at EVERYTHING to do with the party in relation to the situation. But I would say that the party’s only as good as the people running it – and they might be in for a  shock when the results of the review come back. They clearly need a good clean out to rejuvenate party in the public’s eye – but they also need behind the scenes people who can come up with effective and strong policy to move them towards the middle ground and become a real opposition party again. They do actually risk becoming irrelevant and leaving the door open for either the Greens or NZ First to be the “opposition”.
  • Then we’ve got the two friends for National in parliament. They feel like faux deals as there doesn’t appear to be much in it for either Peter Dunne or David Seymour – I guess it gives National more of a buffer in the house, but what on earth is an under -secretary? Interesting though that both Dunne and Seymour are happy to roll with their votes going to National for very little relevance in the wider scheme of things.

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The Huddle at 1740

newstalkzb

It’s Monday and as usual Larry Williams has The Huddle.

There is a slight change this weeks after Josie Pagani showed her right wing credentials they have decided to get a real left winger on the show for tonight and so David Farrar will be joining us.

Our topics will be:

  • Labour – where did it all go so wrong and will their inquiry get to the bottom of the problem. Looking at their terms of reference in relation to this it’s like they are basically looking at EVERYTHING to do with the party in relation to the situation. But I would say that the party’s only as good as the people running it – and they might be in for a  shock when the results of the review come back. They clearly need a good clean out to rejuvenate party in the public’s eye – but they also need behind the scenes people who can come up with effective and strong policy to move them towards the middle ground and become a real opposition party again. They do actually risk becoming irrelevant and leaving the door open for either the Greens or NZ First to be the “opposition”.
  • Then we’ve got the two friends for National in parliament. They feel like faux deals as there doesn’t appear to be much in it for either Peter Dunne or David Seymour – I guess it gives National more of a buffer in the house, but what on earth is an under -secretary? Interesting though that both Dunne and Seymour are happy to roll with their votes going to National for very little relevance in the wider scheme of things.

You can listen online via iHeartRadio and usual methods.

As usual i will post the audio in the morning.

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