WATCH ‘Party Central’
█ Sunday TVNZ http://tvnz.co.nz/sunday-news
Sunday TVNZ investigator: Libby Middlebrook
Producer: Jane Skinner
█ Facebook entries sampled after the ‘wake up’ Sunday TVNZ show – the student’s name and personal gravatar have been removed; Helen Back from City Rise (not Carol Devine featured on camera), responds:
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Posted by Elizabeth Kerr
*Images – screenshots and text from Sunday TVNZ / ONE News
Facebook entries supplied.
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