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Government right to publicise 1080 threat; rapid response group called for

Government correct to go public about 1080 threat but timing was inadvisable.

Jamie Ball
Tue, 17 Mar 2015

A senior lecturer in public relations says that while the government’s and Ministry for Primary Industries’ timing was inadvisable, they were correct to go public on the 1080 poison threat.

Nonetheless, a high-level rapid response coordination group is now required to deal with future reputation

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Jamie Ball
Tue, 17 Mar 2015
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