Jim Bolger

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Sporting Life
Guineas weekend tips & scheduleWaters (Kieren Fallon , Aidan O'Brien) 2006 - Speciosa (Michael Fenton, Pam Sl
Guineas weekend tips & schedule
Sporting Life / Posted yesterday
Waters (Kieren Fallon , Aidan O'Brien) 2006 - Speciosa (Michael Fenton, Pam Sly) 2007 - Finsceal Beo (Kevin Manning, Jim Bolger) 2008 - Natagora (Christophe Lamaire, Pascal Bary) 2009 - Ghanaati (Richard Hills, Barry Hills) 2010 - Special... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Blue Bahia can follow up impressive debut at NaasDermot Weld’s well-bred filly finished a promising third on debut earlier this
Blue Bahia can follow up impressive debut at Naas
Banbury Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
Dermot Weld’s well-bred filly finished a promising third on debut earlier this month at Navan and sets a fair standard. Jim Bolger boasts a tremendous record at the meeting, with the handler’s subsequent Royal Ascot winner Dawn Approach scoring... Read more
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Sporting Life
Irish Eyes: Deeds not wordsshockingly at Newmarket this week for an operation (Godolphin) that haven't own
Irish Eyes: Deeds not words
Sporting Life / Posted 14 days ago
shockingly at Newmarket this week for an operation (Godolphin) that haven't owned a 2000 Guineas since 1999, save for the Jim Bolger-trained Dawn Approach. Third favourite is Stormy Antartic, winner of this week's Craven. Marcel comfortably beat... Read more
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Sporting Life
Minding leads Oaks entrywould kick ourselves further down the line if she wasn't entered."Other contend
Minding leads Oaks entry
Sporting Life / Posted 18 days ago
would kick ourselves further down the line if she wasn't entered."Other contenders include Godolphin's First Victory, the Jim Bolger-trained Turret Rocks and Andastra from Ralph Beckett's yard.This year sees The Queen celebrate her 90th birthday... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Team Key pulls out all stops to win top spot for Clarkand New York, the Wellington unit headed by senior diplomat Bernadette Kavanagh
Team Key pulls out all stops to win top spot for Clark
Otago Daily Times / Posted 22 days ago
and New York, the Wellington unit headed by senior diplomat Bernadette Kavanagh (the daughter of former Prime Minister Jim Bolger), and in New York by former Foreign Affairs and Trade deputy secretary Craig Hawke, who has taken leave of absence... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Audrey Young: Clink of glasses seals union of team Clarkand New York, the Wellington unit headed by senior diplomat Bernadette Kavanagh
Audrey Young: Clink of glasses seals union of team Clark
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 22 days ago
and New York, the Wellington unit headed by senior diplomat Bernadette Kavanagh (the daughter of former Prime Minister Jim Bolger), and in New York by former Foreign Affairs and Trade deputy secretary Craig Hawke, who has taken leave of absence... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
EEO Trust announces brand changea much more accurate reflection of the organisation’s role in 2016.“A lot has c
EEO Trust announces brand change
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 25 days ago
a much more accurate reflection of the organisation’s role in 2016.“A lot has changed over the past 24 years. In 1992 Jim Bolger was Prime Minister. New Zealand’s population was 3.5 million people and less than 16% of the country’s resident... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
NZ leaders rally behind UN bidJenny Shipley and Don McKinnon, to take on roles as informal envoys to help pus
NZ leaders rally behind UN bid
Otago Daily Times / Posted 26 days ago
Jenny Shipley and Don McKinnon, to take on roles as informal envoys to help push for her election. Former Prime Minister Jim Bolger, who also helped on the New Zealand campaign to get on the Security Council, said the Government made the right... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
What to expect in the world's most difficult jobJenny Shipley and Don McKinnon, to take on roles as informal envoys to help pus
What to expect in the world's most difficult job
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 26 days ago
Jenny Shipley and Don McKinnon, to take on roles as informal envoys to help push for her election. Former Prime Minister Jim Bolger, who also helped on the campaign to get on the Security Council, said the Government made the right move in... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
What to expect in the world's most difficult jobJenny Shipley and Don McKinnon, to take on roles as informal envoys to help pus
What to expect in the world's most difficult job
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 26 days ago
Jenny Shipley and Don McKinnon, to take on roles as informal envoys to help push for her election. Former Prime Minister Jim Bolger, who also helped on the campaign to get on the Security Council, said the Government made the right move in... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Will US Presidential doors remain open for NZ?a warm embrace with the White House doors now wide open, ever since they were u
Will US Presidential doors remain open for NZ?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 26 days ago
a warm embrace with the White House doors now wide open, ever since they were unlocked by Hillary's hubby Bill Clinton to Jim Bolger in the late nineties. Even George W Bush seemed, against all ideological odds, to get on with Helen Clark and... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Will US Presidential doors remain open for NZ?a warm embrace with the White House doors now wide open, ever since they were u
Will US Presidential doors remain open for NZ?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 27 days ago
a warm embrace with the White House doors now wide open, ever since they were unlocked by Hillary's hubby Bill Clinton to Jim Bolger in the late nineties. Even George W Bush seemed, against all ideological odds, to get on with Helen Clark and... Read more

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