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Pavlova Paradise Revisited - Episode Two

Television (Full Length Episode) – 2002

The fisheries settlement is not a cornucopia of instant welfare cheques. The fisheries settlement is a right to own some capital. It’s the equivalent of owning a paddock.
– Sir Tipene O’Regan, Former Chairman, Ngai Tahu Maori Trust
I can remember on one of the boards I was on as part of my first county council term, their biggest problem was would I be able to use the blokes' loo or would they have to build a new one.
– Jenny Shipley, former Prime Minister
I voted against MMP, I’ve changed my mind. I think that MMP is now a system which does lead to more people participating in our democracy both in parliament and outside
– Jonathan Hunt, Speaker, New Zealand Parliament (2002)
The power behind the throne in that government was the finance minister, Roger Douglas, the man with the plan for the most ruthless economic reforms ever seen in New Zealand, a blitzkrieg that they called Rogernomics.
– Austin Mitchell
Lange was a big man in every way, except physically, where he was enormous.
– Austin Mitchell
Change happened slowly if it happened at all in the New Zealand of the 1950s and 60s.
– Austin Mitchell