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Waatea 603am - Election Coverage 2005

Waatea 603am - Election Coverage 2005

In conjunction with Te Mangai Paho, Waatea 603am will be broadcasting weekly 2 hour bi-lingual specials on the Maori electorates.

Candidates for the Maori seats will debate their party policies and additional commentary will be heard from key spokespeople within the region. A post election show will air on Sunday September 18th.

Political commentators Duncan Garner and Rereata Makiha will feature weekly.

Willie Jackson will host the first hour in English. The second hour in te reo Maori will be hosted by Kingi Taurua.

The show schedule is as follows:
Monday August 8th 11-1pm
Monday August 15th 11-1pm
Monday August 22nd 11-1pm
Monday August 29th 11-1pm
Monday September 5th 11-1pm
Monday September 12th 11-1pm
Friday September 16th 11-1pm
Sunday September 18th 11-12:30pm

log on…stay informed…


Election Coverage for This Week

- This weeks political from 11am - 1pm

- Debate features the two leading candidates from Te Tai Tonga, Labour’s Mahara Okeroa and The Maori Party’s Monty Ohia. As previously advised the first hour is in English, facilitated by Willie Jackson, and the second hour facilitated by Kingi Taurua.

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