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Today’s content

Māori TV-Curia Tāmaki Makaurau poll,  Māori electorates
Māori TV: Tāmaki Makaurau seat up for grabs? – Poll results
Martyn Bradbury ( Daily Blog): Shock poll: Tamaki Makarau – Peeni 35% Tamihere 29%
Rachel Sadler (Newshub): John Tamihere in close second for Tāmaki Makaurau seat – poll
Derek Cheng (Herald): New poll shows Māori Party’s John Tamihere in the race for Tāmaki Makaurau
Brad Flahive (Stuff): Close race in Tāmaki Makaurau electorate, poll reveals
Jon Stokes (Stuff): Election will mark end of an era for Māori politics
Steve Kilgallon (Stuff): John Tamihere: why the Māori Party will become important again
Carmen Parahi (Stuff): The twofer vote being turned up to full volume in the Māori electorates
E-Tangata: The Māori Electorates
Rawiri Taonui (Waatea News): Fewer Māori MPs and more Racism in Parliament
The Hui: Te Tai Hauāuru and Te Tai Tonga analysis
Bryn Jones (Spinoff): How to vote strategically in a Māori electorate
Meriana Johnsen (RNZ): Who will win the battle for Tāmaki Makaurau?

Damien Grant (Stuff): The great myth of democracy: elections matter
Laura O’Connell Rapira (Spinoff): Moving the rock: An election manifesto for people-led change
Ben Thomas (Herald): More suspense in side stories of this election (paywalled)
Emma Espiner (Newsroom): Watching two New Zealands
Audrey Young (Herald): Jacinda Ardern and Judith Collins paint dreams and nightmares as they head for home straight
Luke Malpass (Stuff): Labour machine in full spin as National looks desperate
Tim Watkin (Stuff): Potential Attack Lines In The Campaign’s Final Week
Ryan Bridge (Newsroom): Ardern’s popularity reshaping the national psyche
Brent Edwards (NBR: Has Labour’s record in office been obscured by Covid-19? (paywalled)
Luke Malpass (Stuff): It’s almost an election you want to lose
Christine Rose (Daily Blog): Polarising politics
Stuff: In their own words: Jacinda Ardern and Judith Collins on what’s at stake on Saturday
Nikki Preston (Herald): Miriama Kamo tells Marae panellists they are ‘acting like children’
Tracy Watkins (Stuff): Here’s my wishlist for the next PM
1News: Political leaders hit the markets as campaign trail rolls on
Ricardo Simich (Herald): Spy: Jacinda Ardern and Judith Collins reveal their favourite Auckland hot spots
1News: With National running out of time, election result will be ‘pretty close’ to latest poll, says 1 NEWS reporter
Dan Satherley and Isabella Durant (Newshub): Labour’s David Parker not interested in helping Greens across the threshold, aims for 60 percent of the vote
Dan Satherley (Newshub): Simon Bridges rejects right-wing call to vote Labour to shut out Greens
Lawrence Gullery (Stuff): This could be our most expensive general election, as costs approach $100m
Lana Hart (Stuff): More going on in the booth than we think
Jane Bowron (Stuff): So many debates I’m starting to interrupt my own thoughts
Sam Sachdeva (Newsroom): How NZ really did disrespect Samoa
Sela Jane Hopgood (RNZ): Health and housing at the forefront for Pasifika people in Gisborne
Dan Satherley (Newshub): Which parties’ Facebook feeds are full of fake news and half-truths revealed in study
1News: Advance NZ worst offender of fake news on Facebook among parties – election study
Derek Cheng (Herald): Electoral Commission wanted election day in November
Jamie Ensor (Newshub): Electoral Commission wanted November election, not October 17
Charlie Dreaver (RNZ): Electoral Commission wanted November election date
No Right Turn: The advice on moving the election date
Henry Cooke (Stuff): More than 1 million estimated to have already cast ballot as early voting booms
Jenna Lynch (Newshub): Record number of early votes as parties battle down home stretch
1News: New record set as thousands vote early amid Covid-19 precautions
Herald Editorial: Who wins when the majority vote early? (paywalled)
RNZ: More voters expected this election than before
Georgia Forrester (Stuff): Hopes for higher voter turnout as more than 585,000 people cast their ballot early
Chris Keall (Herald): Electoral Commission spending on social media for youth vote – is it working? (paywalled)
Sasha Borissenko (Herald): Should we lower the voting age? (paywalled)
Russell Palmer (RNZ): Our MMP voting system explained
Rob Stock (Stuff): Why voters are better with money than non-voters
The Hui: Te Atiawa ki Whakarongotai take things into their own hands bringing politics to the paepae
Herald: Easy vote card arrives for Christchurch man – who has been dead for 16 years
Peter Wilson (RNZ): Week in Politics: Collins faces problem as Labour holds poll lead
Elle Hunt (Guardian): NZ election weekly briefing: policy on the run, a woke debate, voting begins
Alison Mau (Stuff): The important election details you might have missed in the last week
Leith Huffadine (RNZ): The electorates worth watching on election night
Matt Burrows (Newshub): The key battleground electorates to keep an eye on come October 17
John Weekes (Stuff): An uphill battle for Chlöe Swarbrick in Auckland Central
John Weekes (Stuff): Labour’s Helen White out in front, but Auckland Central win not guaranteed
John Weekes (Stuff): National’s Emma Mellow focussed on economy to win Auckland Central
1News: Green Party MP Chloe Swarbrick praises ‘phenomenal’ Auckland youth rally turnout
Damian George (Stuff): Candidates up against it in Wellington Labour stronghold
Thomas Coughlan (Stuff): ‘I’m proud to be a socialist witch’ – Labour’s Ginny Anderson hits back at graffiti rampage
Sue Hoffart (Stuff): Hometown tales of Jacinda Ardern and Judith Collins
1News: Fresh start for new Southland electorate after chequered recent political past
Joel Maxwell (Stuff): Ōtaki – a giant board game with planes, trains, automobiles
Georgia-May Gilbertson (Stuff): More than a trickle of issues for future Napier MP to tackle

Danyl Mclauchlan (Spinoff): Labour has taken the centre. Is it a trap?
Janet McAllister (Spinoff): Why Labour’s tinkering of our welfare system just isn’t enough
Peter Hartcher (Sydney Morning Herald): The leader’s not for #turning: is Jacinda Ardern really the future of liberal democracy?
Tim Murphy (Newsroom): Jacinda is the message
Eleanor Ainge Roy (Guardian): Danger lurks for Ardern even as her star power dominates New Zealand election
Audrey Young (Herald): The awkward problem Labour could have over Deputy Prime Minister (paywalled)
Sam Sachdeva (Newsroom): Ardern looks to the future in Labour’s final election push
Thomas Coughlan (Stuff): Jacinda Ardern makes final push in Wellington as election enters home stretch
Craig McCulloch (RNZ): Jacinda Ardern paints ambitious vision of future at Labour election rally in Wellington
Derek Cheng (Herald): 6 days to go – Jacinda Ardern lays out vision for 2030 at Labour rally in Wellington
Rachel Sadler (Newshub): Jacinda Ardern’s full speech from Wellington Labour rally
Henry Cooke (Stuff): Jacinda Ardern looks to seal the deal as she asks crowds to vote right away
Amelia Wade (Herald): South Auckland crowds meet Jacinda Ardern
Craig McCulloch (RNZ): Jacinda Ardern swamped by supporters in traditional Labour stronghold of South Auckland
Thomas Coughlan (Stuff): Three strikes is out under Labour’s law and order policy
Derek Cheng (Herald): Meth programme expanded to problem areas – Labour’s law and order plan
RNZ: Labour promises $59m for law and order over four years
Craig McCulloch (RNZ): ‘First time I got drunk was at the age of nine,’ PM told
Vita Molyneux (Newshub): ‘Some days are harder than others’: Jacinda Ardern opens up about struggles of Prime Minister role
Jason Walls (Herald): The Labour Party promises to pour millions into stopping kauri dieback
RNZ: Labour pledges stronger protections against kauri dieback if re-elected
Tom Pullar-Strecker and Melanie Carroll (Stuff): Labour promises $60m fund to improve broadband blackspots
Thomas Coughlan (Stuff): Labour promises $60m for better rural internet 
RNZ: Labour promises $60m fund to improve internet in rural areas

Richard Harman (Politik): National gets desperate
Thomas Coughlan (Stuff): National takes down election ad after getting numbers wrong
Jenna Lynch (Newshub): National gets numbers wrong in wealth tax attack
Henry Cooke (Stuff):Judith Collins tries to make wealth tax an issue, asking voters to trust her more than Jacinda Ardern
Derek Cheng (Herald): Labour’s Jacinda Ardern v National’s Judith Collins on wealth tax
RNZ: National’s wealth tax claims rubbished by Labour, Greens
Martin van Beynen (Stuff): National’s terrible blue comes back to bite it
Heather du Plessis-Allan (Herald): Friendly fire in the National camp (paywalled)
Delphine Herbert and Mark Quinlivan (Newshub): Judith Collins needs to try and get through the week without any botch-ups – political commentator
Henry Cooke (Stuff): The National MPs who will be booted out if the polls are accurate, and how it will make the party less racially-diverse
Jason Walls (Herald): Judith the ‘human hoarding’ Collins back on the offensive in Auckland
RNZ: Collins intervenes after controversial abortion post
1News: National MP Alfred Ngaro’s Facebook post attacking Phil Twyford not a reflection of party’s views – Judith Collins
Dan Satherley (Newshub): Judith Collins distances National from MP Alfred Ngaro’s views on abortion and drugs
Michael Neilson (Herald): National leader Judith Collins visits Howick Village Market, defends Alfred Ngaro’s social media post
Dan Satherley (Newshub): National MP Alfred Ngaro accused of spreading ‘gross piece of misinformation’ on Facebook
1News: Judith Collins coy on whether internal poll numbers are being kept from National MPs
Tova O’Brien (Newshub): National’s Judith Collins has crack at Simon Bridges for contradicting her on TV over internal polling
Jason Walls (Herald): Judith Collins shakes off ‘distracting’ week – now in ‘high energy’ mode
Amanda Cropp (Stuff): National’s money-go-round to save ‘every tourism job’ will take five years
Vita Molyneux (Newshub): Jacinda Ardern fiercely defends Mosgiel after Judith Collins’ cheese roll snub
Jason Walls (Herald): The National Party wants all wineries to be allowed to charge for samples
Jennifer Eder and Sophie Trigger (Stuff): National’s Judith Collins announces managed isolation plan for vineyard workers
RNZ: Judith Collins delighted to see herself on a mug
David Farrar: Over-interpreting a sarky tweet
Tova O’Brien (Newshub): Christopher Luxon doesn’t rule out National Party leadership bid
Claire Trevett (Herald): National Party’s Chris Luxon on the campaign and Judith Collins (paywalled)
Farah Hancock (Newsroom): On a street corner with Denise Lee

NZ First
Moana Maniapoto (E-Tangata): A man of contradictions
The Hui: ‘Of course they weren’t adequate’: Winston Peters on Treaty settlements
Rachel Moore (Stuff): NZ First leader Winston Peters promises defence personnel a pay rise 
Anna Bracewell-Worrall (Newshub): Winston Peters struggles to whip up enthusiasm in Palmerston North

Minor Parties
Audrey Young (Herald): James Shaw got it right, Winston Peters didn’t (paywalled)
1News: Minor parties make case for why they should be in next Government
Newstalk ZB: Peter Dunne: ‘Future of NZ First and Greens hanging in the balance’
1News: New Conservatives’ Instagram page posts message of support for Rainbow community after being hacked

Jonathan Milne (Newsroom): ACT candidates freely choose to do as they’re told
Claire Trevett (Herald): A day with Act leader David Seymour, the only leader having a good time (paywalled)
1News: ‘OK, you got me’ – Seymour admits not following own advice on masks at Level 1

Thomas Manch (Stuff): Both confident and fearful, the Greens try to make a buzz
George Driver (AAP Factcheck): Greens use outdated emissions figures to make construction industry sound worse
Newstalk ZB: James Shaw joins Kerre McIvor to discuss election issues
RNZ: Greens promise funds for urban food farms
Corzon Miller and Finn Hogan (Newshub): Greens commit to new Mental Health Minister if elected
1News: Greens promise Mental Health Minister if re-elected, free counselling for everyone under 25
Charlie Dreaver (RNZ): Green co-leader at Ihumātao: ‘They are getting on with it’
Re: Church and State: Marama Davidson on being told she’s a “good Māori”
BusinessDesk: My Net Worth: James Shaw, MP

Advance NZ
Paula Penfold and Louisa Cleave (Stuff): Billy Te Kahika campaigns on truth. But does he live by it?
Nikki Preston (Herald): Electoral Commission to remind Advance Party of campaigning rules
1News: Electoral Commission warns Advance NZ for driving branded trailer past polling booth
Newshub: ‘Commies to the left, fascists to the right’: Billy Te Kahika sings Advance NZ song to the tune of ‘Stuck in the Middle with You’
Zoe Holland (Herald): Commies to the left, fascists to the right’: Billy Te Kahika releases new Advance NZ song

Eugene Bingham and Adam Dudding (Stuff): Tick. Tick podcast: the big referendum questions still hanging over voters
Polly Gillespie (Stuff): Here’s why I’m still an undecided voter
Kerre McIvor (Herald): A week to go and I’m still undecided (paywalled)

Cannabis referendum
Sam Kilmister (Stuff): Researchers say ambition to reduce use will be difficult to achieve
Michael Neilson (Herald): Top NZ health experts say vote ‘yes’ in Medical Journal editorial
Geoff Noller (ODT): Black market sellers of cannabis don’t ask for ID
Bridie Witton (Stuff): Cannabis referendum: NZMA leaders explain stance after row
Rachel Sadler (Newshub); NZ Medical Association clarifies stance after members speak out
Mark Quinlivan (Newshub): Shane Jones says ‘a million years will pass’ before he votes yes to cannabis
RNZ: Cannabis kōrero: The risks and rewards of legalisation
Stuff Editorial: The cannabis vote is still too close to call
RNZ: Cannabis referendum result hinges on youth turnout, researcher says
Eleanor Ainge Roy (Guardian): New Zealand health experts back reform of ‘outdated’ cannabis laws
Julia Shallcrass (Herald): How to prepare workplaces for cannabis reforms
Ian Munro (ODT):Cannabis pros and cons
1News: Campaigner says her police officer father is voting to legalise cannabis
John Roughan (Herald): Cannabis referendum and legalisation (paywalled)
Herald: Cannabis referendum: Sam Neill urges Kiwis to vote ‘yes’
Bernard Orsman (Herald): Auckland’s Karangahape Rd could become a cannabis-friendly “green zone”

Euthanasia referendum
Crystal Wu (Newshub): Electoral Commission adamant anti-euthanasia flyers weren’t added to EasyVote packs
RNZ: Electoral Commission: Anti-euthanasia flyers not included in EasyVote packs
Hirini Kaa (E-Tangata): No law is racism-proof
RNZ: End of Life Choice kōrero: Safeguards and the right to choose
Richard McLeod (Stuff): Lawyer believes End of Life Choice Act could be ‘bully’s playground’
Roslyn Metcalfe (Stuff): I’m part of the disabled community, how dare you speak for me 
Emma Riussell (Herald): Euthanasia referendum: Former Whanganui nurse Lesley Martin recalls her ‘lowest moment’ in prison
Hannah Martin (Stuff): Where prominent Kiwis stand on the End of Life Choice Act

Bernard Hickey (Stuff): We’re stuck on a path of house price rises that is hard to get off
Tony Alexander (Stuff): Here’s why house prices don’t always follow population growth
Rob Mitchell (Dominion Post): Over-the-top cost of living in capital comes with big price for all
Rob Mitchell (Dominion Post): No room at the inn, and you can’t head for the hills – welcome to Wellington
Jonny Edwards (Stuff): Fact check: Are there unsold KiwiBuild houses in Canterbury?
Rachel Moore (Manawatū Standard): State houses in Palmerston North demolished to make room for more, smaller homes
Cira Olivier (Herald): Tauranga housing crisis: Rental costs and property prices rising ‘far faster’ than incomes (paywalled)
Richard Sellars (Stuff): Is it time to tweak our subdivison planning to create a variety of housing options?
Greg Ninness (Interest): Considerably more new homes have been consented under Labour than National

Dan Satherley (Newshub): Paul Goldsmith faces off against Grant Robertson on finance, crystal balls and the 19th century
Brian Fallow (Herald): Spot the difference in parties’ plans (paywalled)
Jenée Tibshraeny (Interest): National’s plan to halt Super Fund contributions would cost about $20 billion
Brian Easton (Pundit): Economic Resilience Or Policy Brilliance?
Luke Malpass (Stuff): What sort of economy do you want? That’s the big call this election
Liam Dann (Herald): The biggest uncertainty of this election (paywalled)
Sam Stubbs (Stuff): A strong economy in 2021? Here’s why that could happen
Peter Griffin and Geoff Cumming (Listener): Valley of debt: Daunting hurdles facing election winner (paywalled)
Terry Baucher (Interest): The Week in Tax: Spend it, save it, or keep it?
obyn Walker and Brendan Ng (Stuff): Here’s how your tax bill could change post-election

Provincial Growth Fund 
Denise Piper (Stuff): Provincial Growth Fund to continue to provide jobs post election
Heather Du Plessis-Allan (Newstalk ZB): Good riddance to the Provincial Growth Fund
Anna Whyte (1News): Collins says it’s ‘verging on corruption’ for Govt to announce marae funding boost just days from election
Zane Small (Newshub): Judith Collins thinks $100m marae PGF spend-up so close to election ‘verges on corruption’
Jason Walls (Herald): Government spends last of PGF – $100m for nationwide marae upgrades

Wage subsidy
Nita Blake-Persen (RNZ): Emergency accommodation providers claim thousands in wage subsidies
John Anthony (Stuff): Vector plans to repay $1.6m government wage subsidy because ‘it’s the right thing to do’

Local government
Damian George (Dominion Post): A year wearing Wellington’s mayoral chains: Andy Foster on broken pipes, broken promises, and battling Covid-19 and his colleagues
David Farrar: Maori and WCC
Jimmy Ellingham (Manawatū Standard): Ombudsman probe into city council closed-door session welcomed
Evan Harding (Stuff): Invercargill city councillor calls on Sir Tim Shadbolt to resign
Dale Husband (E-Tangata): Tamatha Paul: Show up and be counted
Stephen Forbes (Stuff): Auckland Council job cuts could see loss of institutional knowledge, councillor claims
Georgina Campbell (Herald): Hutt City councillor Chris Milne told to apologise, or be struck off committee
Tracy Neal (RNZ): Nelmac confirms CEO’s partner hired in fulltime role

Matt Nippert (Herald): Effects of Covid-19 travel ban on universities ‘not quite bad enough’ (paywalled)
Matt Nippert (Herald): Top of the class: The New Zealand university rich list (paywalled)
Stuff: ‘Dismayed’ academics rally behind Anne-Marie Brady over China research paper
George Heagney (Manawatū Standard): Massey University does U-turn about consulting staff on media policy
RNZ: Third of sexual assaults on university students go unreported – study
Simon Collins (Herald): Free school lunches will divide communities
Simon Collins (Herald): Who will get free school lunches: Wellington and South Island
Simon Collins (Herald): Who will get free school lunches: North Island (except Wellington)
Lee Kenny (Stuff): Thousands of Christchurch students don’t attend their local school

Gill Bonnett (RNZ): Border staff testing plan revealed in new government documents
Zane Small (Newshub): Government considered selling KiwiBuilds to existing homeowners hit by COVID-19
Susan Edmunds (Stuff): Will our Covid-19 strategy have to change post-election?
Kate MacNamara (Herald): But what if the Covid-19 vaccine never comes? (paywalled)
RNZ: Covid-19 documents: Govt advised to take mulitlateral approach to obtain vaccine
Tom Dillane (Herald): UK’s richest man and Prada owner eligible to apply for ‘critical worker’ exemption into NZ for America’s Cup
Andrew McRae (RNZ): Covid-19 rules for ship crew: ‘It’s worse than being in prison’
RNZ: Escape from managed isolation facility to be reviewed – PM
Jamie Ensor (Newshub): Judith Collins not impressed by latest managed isolation escape
1News: Aussie tourism boss disappointed trans-Tasman travel bubble has become ‘quite political’
RNZ: Pasifika taking up NZ Govt help for Covid-19 recovery efforts
Aimee Shaw (Herald): Face mask price concerns: The most complained about retailers (paywalled)
Scott Palmer (Newshub): Conspiracy theorists, anti-COVID-19 ‘freedom fighters’ march through Auckland

Vicki Anderson (Stuff): New Zealand’s dental care in a ‘state of crisis’
Vicki Anderson (Stuff): Dental treatment inaccessible for many low-income earners
Bruce Munro (ODT): Hungover for life
Stephen Forbes (RNZ): Death and dialysis: South Auckland’s battle with diabetes
RNZ: ‘Near extinction’ of influenza in NZ as numbers drop due to lockdown
Emma Russell (Herald): One in five youth unable to access healthcare
RNZ: Checkpoint: Pharmac sorry as NZ faces oral contraceptive shortage
1News: Alternatives for out-of-stock contraceptive pill now running out too
Nikki Macdonald (Stuff): Lifesaver or memory thief? The reality of modern electroconvulsive therapy
Cecile Meier (Stuff): Waiting lists ‘through the roof’ for Canterbury teens needing mental health help

Peter McKenzie (Newsroom): We’re not even close to our ‘nuclear-free moment
Dewy Sacayan, Francy Sulikosky and Bruce Kidd (Stuff): How to vote with a climate lens
Alex Braae (Spinoff): The climate change and environmental policies in two minutes
RNZ: Ministry defends new wetlands definition despite criticism
Tim Jones (Herald): Mining efforts press on with no time to burn (paywalled)
Rachel Thomas (RNZ): Checkpoint: Rising waste levy ‘anti-recycling’, metal recyclers say

NZ First Foundation case
Catrin Owen (Stuff): Duo accused in NZ First Foundation scandal keep name suppression
RNZ: NZ First Foundation accused keep name suppression
Max Rashbrooke: SFO charges over NZ First Foundation

Melanie Carroll (Stuff): NZ union membership, but aviation job losses hit E tū numbers
Marc Daalder (Newsroom): Women bear the brunt of lockdown
David Williams (Newsroom): Jobs for Nature an ‘expensive slogan’

Nobel Peace Prize
Michael Daly (Stuff): Jacinda Ardern misses out as 2020 Nobel Peace Prize winner is announced
Derek Cheng (Herald): Nobel Peace Prize announced – Jacinda Ardern misses out, World Food Programme wins
Newshub: Green co-leader Marama Davidson endorses Greta Thunberg for Nobel Peace Prize over Jacinda Ardern
1News: ‘Extremely flattered’ – Jacinda Ardern not optimistic about her chances of winning Nobel Peace Prize

Brittany Keogh (Stuff): Steven Joyce defamation case: Appeal Court finds NBR did not defame former National MP
Herald: Court of Appeal finds NBR did not defame Steven Joyce
Thomas Coughlan (Stuff): RNZ caught out for multi-million dollar budget bungle
Colin Peacock (RNZ): Media policy slips down the queue

Todd Niall (Stuff): Auckland congestion charge: City’s next political hot potato is already baked
Todd Niall (Stuff): Why Auckland’s failing transport is a Wellington problem

New Zealand or Aotearoa?
1News: One in three Kiwis support officially changing country’s name to Aotearoa
Lana Andelane (Newshub): Māori Party’s Debbie Ngarewa-Packer explains importance of renaming New Zealand

Chris Finlayson (Spinoff): We are not a nation of dissenters, but a nation of conformists
Phil Pennington (RNZ): Government facial recognition tech deal offers wide access
Fiona Connor (Newshub): Grandmother’s plea for help in schools as youth face impact of ‘vicious cycle’ of trauma in ‘troubled’ Northland town
Michael Cullen (Herald): These days, uncertainty is the only sure thing (paywalled)
Brittney Deguara (Stuff): Why it’s time for New Zealanders to pay attention to the US election
1News: Mount Maunganui marae told there’s no quick fix in battle to have neighbouring heavy industry scaled back
Blair Ensor and Deborah Morris (Stuff): Rimutaka Prison corruption investigation sparked by inmate’s alleged drug trafficking
Edward Gay (Stuff): Dilworth School: Former students approach Royal Commission of Abuse
Lincoln Tan (Herald): New Zealand overstayer on what it’s like living a secret life (paywalled)
1News; Māori fishing industry calling on next Government for increased financial support
Maja Burry (RNZ): Water rules concerns drive farmers’ tractor hui
Brenda Harwood (ODT: Isolation spurs digital activity in older people
Dale Husband (E-Tangata): Melani Anae: Educate to Liberate
Hayden Donnell (Spinoff): Wellington, reviewed
Harry Ricketts (Newsroom): On the vandals at the National Library



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