AM Network, THE BUDGET 27.5.04

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A three-hour recording of Parliament on the AM Network, covering the presentation of the Budget 2004, and subsequent debate. Four tracks of 15 minutes duration each per CDR.

CDR04/103/01 2pm - 3pm
Tk 1, 03'00" The Appropriation 2004/2005 Estimates Bill introduced by the Minister of Finance, Michael Cullen, who outlines government expenditure intentions. Dur: approx 45 minutes.
Tk 4, 02'00" Opposition (National Party) leader Don Brash begins the debate, contd. on...

CDR04/103/02 3pm - 4pm
Brash speech ends Tk 1, 05'30", followed by the prime minister Helen Clark. Ends Tk 2, 10'05" then New Zealand First leader, Winston Peters. At Tk 3, 14'00" Greens co-leader Rod Donald, contd. on...

CDR04/103/03 4pm - 5pm
Donald speech ends Tk 1, 03'10", followed by ACT leader Richard Prebble. Tk 2, 08'10" United Future NZ leader, Peter Dunne. Tk 3, 10'05" Progressive Coalition leader, Jim Anderton. Tk 4, 05'30" the debate is adjourned.

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Year 2004

Reference number 30914

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Ngā Taonga Korero Collection

Credits RNZ Collection
Cullen, M. J. (Michael John)
Brash, Donald T.
Clark, Helen, 1950-
Peters, Winston, 1945-
Donald, Rod, 1957-2005
Prebble, Richard
Dunne, Peter, 1954-
Anderton, Jim, 1938-2018
ACT New Zealand (Political party)
New Zealand Labour Party
New Zealand National Party
New Zealand First (Political party)
Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand
United Future New Zealand (Political party)
AM Network (Radio network)
New Zealand. Parliament

Duration 03:00:00

Date 27 May 2004

Subject New Zealand -- Economic policy -- 1984-/New Zealand
Budget -- New Zealand

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