A useful timeline

September 5th, 2008 at 12:00 pm by David Farrar

Now this is excellent. The NZ Herald has done a timeline of the developments in the NZ First funding saga, and it has links back to dozens of original stories. A great resource. Worth bookmarking. Hopefully they will keep it updated.

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3 Responses to “A useful timeline”

  1. Gooner (995 comments) says:

    The timeline is wrong.

    It starts in October 2005, just after the election, as I say here.

    http://nominister.blogspot.com/2008/09/peter-williams-on-privileges-committee.html

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  2. Bryce Edwards (248 comments) says:

    While the Herald timeline is indeed very useful, it doesn’t actually tell the story in a “chronological way that events occurred”, but instead in a “chronological way that events unfolded through the media”. In this particular case these timeline differences are quite significant, and an alternative chronological timeline might actually make this convoluted story more straight forward.

    As DPF has already noted, I’m currently working on putting together a detailed story of the whole saga, of which a very early draft is available here:
    http://liberation.typepad.com/liberation/2008/08/the-finances-of.html

    Obviously I’ve got huge amounts to add to it (eventually when I get the time)

    Bryce
    http://www.liberation.org.nz

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  3. baxter (893 comments) says:

    I wonder why Steve Fisher has not been called to give evidence by the privileges committee?

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