Nicky Hager on Democracy – Wellington

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Nicky Hager will discuss his recent book “Dirty Politics”, and what needs to be done differently to protect and enhance our democracy. Tuesday 9 September, St Andrew’s Church, 30 The Terrace, Wellington, 5:30-7:30pm. All welcome. Registration essential on Fabian Society website or here.

 

5 comments on “Nicky Hager on Democracy – Wellington”

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  2. Sorry to ride on the back of this, but for anyone not in Wellington, or unable to get to what sounds to be an excellent event, may I point to something that we’re running out of Otago on Friday afternoon: http://www.otago.ac.nz/news/events/otago078224.html

    Complementary, not in competition, I hasten to add.

  3. Bill,

    If you’re keen to watch the filming, drop me an email (in the linked announcement).

    Andrew

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