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1:15 pm, April 23rd, 2015 - 334 comments
Categories: Dirty Politics, Ethics, journalism, newspapers, workers' rights - Tags: #dirtypolitics, dirty politics, Rachel Glucina
Last night NZ Herald editor Shayne Currie tweeted:
— Shayne Currie (@ShayneCurrieNZH) April 22, 2015
Much later Martyn Bradbury:
UPDATE: The Prime Minister and the Waitress Part 2 – Dirty Politics? – http://t.co/Om08OK6fs1
— Martyn Bradbury (@CitizenBomber) April 22, 2015
Bradbury’s piece at The Daily Blog is a second statement from the waitress in question. She states that the Herald interview was obtained under false pretences, and she withdrew her consent for it.
@publicaddress I keep waiting for the rapid and strong rebuttal from NZ Herald management of her post this morning, but nothing yet…
— Bernard Hickey (@bernardchickey) April 22, 2015
So … Rachel Glucina’s brother Henry works for the Hip Group. https://t.co/e2fL0jugNp
— Russell Brown (@publicaddress) April 22, 2015
— Graeme Edgeler (@GraemeEdgeler) April 22, 2015
Good to finally see discussion on the integrity (or lack thereof) of Rachel Glucina now that her latest victim is not "just a celebrity".
— KATE HAWKESBY (@KATEHAWKESBY) April 22, 2015
Woman who answered wasn't happy.
Said I should email my complaint to firstname.lastname@example.org
Do your thing twitter https://t.co/b7ltF5I54L
— Andrene Low (@AndreneLow) April 22, 2015
And now Currie’s statement on the matter – which leaves questions unanswered.
The NZ Herald's story is changing faster than their underpants
— Lew (@LewSOS) April 23, 2015
The Herald would be crucifying another organisation doing what they’ve done in the last hour. It’s a meltdown.
— Russell Brown (@publicaddress) April 23, 2015
— Brent Edwards (@journobedwards) April 23, 2015