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Dirty Politics - El Rushbo of Aoteroa

The sixth instalment of Nicky Hager’s latest book narrates the down fall of ACT leader, Rodney Hide, prior to the 2011 general election. Hager describes a colourful account of how and why Hide stepped down as leader in favour of Don Brash. 330 more words

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Rodney Hide's LOL Moment

Watch Rodney Hide interview with RadioNZ here

Former ACT party leader Rodney Hide says he ‘laughed out loud’ over allegations he was blackmailed into standing down as leader of the ACT Party.

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Conservatives on their own

Prime Minister John Key has ruled out any electoral deal between National and the Conservative Party.

Prime Minister John Key today made clear National’s position on accommodating support parties in electorate contests at this year’s General Election. 592 more words

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Rodney Hide, David Cunliffe and a "sexual predator"

Rodney Hide has continued his series of columns about a sexual offender with name suppression in Predator hiding in clear sight. Hide states that he believes David Cunliffe did not know the person was an offender when he met what Hide refers to as a “sex predator”. 620 more words

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Brave campaign on 'rape culture' by Rodney Hide

For the second week in a row Rodney Hide has used his weekend Herald column to address ‘rape culture’.

Rodney Hide: Rape culture protects predators…

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Stop suppression don't abuse power

Rodney Hide writes on a sexual predator:

. . . His victim is left scared to be in her own home and is no longer the bubbly person she once was. 350 more words

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Sexual predators shouldn't be able to hide

Rodney Hide writes about another of New Zealand’s dirty secrets in Forget Rolf, Maggie. We have our own sexual predator to name and shame.

The “prominent” New Zealander took the opportunity to grab her, push his tongue down her mouth, paw her, push his hand down her pants, and jam her hand on his “whatsit”.

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