Reminder: Drinking Liberally Wgtn tonight

Written By: - Date published: 1:53 pm, October 2nd, 2008 - 1 comment
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Just a wee reminder for anyone in Wellington. political editor and former Listener journo Gordon Campbell is at Drinking Liberally tonight to talk about ‘Covering the issues – how to escape from the who’s winning, who’s losing style of election coverage’.

Gordon Campbell is one of the best journalists in the country and has a reputation for covering the issues rather than the game so it should be an interesting discussion.

His recent article ‘Horse race political journalism‘ might give you a taste of what to expect.

I’ll see youse there.

What: Drinking Liberally, Wellington
Where: Southern Cross
When: 5:30pm, Thurs, Oct 2
Who: Gordon Campbell, good jokers and jokeresses

One comment on “Reminder: Drinking Liberally Wgtn tonight”

  1. hi,

    I’d hate to bust a thread tho I do wish all attendees a good meeting.. and winnings not losings..

    we now have curtains up.. promising much in respect of a certain party leader’s origins and whatever he could think he means by an earlier lordly use.. go.. enjoy..written for all working people..

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