Nightline hands out the 'Nightie'
Fri, 23 Dec 2011 11:18p.m.
As has become tradition over the past few years, let us now name the winner of the ‘Nightie’, Nightline’s version of New Zealander of the Year 2011.
It is awarded to a public figure who has made the lives of journalists more interesting.
Here is Ali Ikram with this year’s winner, ACT MP John Banks.
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31/12/2011 10:24:45 p.m.
Don't forget us crips. (Not the gang dumb arse, the disabled!) such as Mojo Mathers the parliamentarian who hit the headlines as the first deaf MP. Some might say she is the lucky one who can not hear the rabble of the children throwing their toys out of the cot but lip read the ones mumbling quietly to them selves. Go Mojo!
27/12/2011 11:25:55 a.m.
"I was put on this earth for one purpose, not to conform, not to follow, but to lead" Wow, I wonder if his words were echoing in his head as he signed the agreement with the Looney Nats? Banksie is now conforming to Nat policy and Following John, who me, a liar? Key's lead.
24/12/2011 10:55:14 a.m.
mike smith wrote:
Interesting and John Banks??
24/12/2011 8:44:01 a.m.
dave holland wrote:
no way banks should be....bob parker should be nzer of the year.the way he handled the quakes aftermath was superb
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