Podcast: Pulse of Politics

Veteran political journalist Neale McMillan. Photo: Supplied
Veteran political journalist Neale McMillan. Photo: Supplied
Veteran Dunedin political journalist Neale McMillan takes a look at the new government and opposition in a podcast brought to you by Otago Access Radio.

"In a way, the major players are just swapping one side of the debating chamber for the other.

"And yet, while the benches at the House all look alike, the big distinction is that Labour and its coalition partners will occupy the Treasury benches – a sign of not only status but real power." 

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