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Radio 1 91 FM - Politics Special

Friday August 12, 2005

Radio 1 91 FM – Real Groovy Morning Spectrum for

Coming up on today’s politics show with Sam Huggard:

This morning we continue our coverage of the local campaigns here in Dunedin, and we begin our look at the marginal races in outer lying electorates in the region. Today we look at the Otago electorate, held by Labour’s David Parker with a 2002 majority of just 684. Trevor Mallard joins us every week on a Friday, and as always we wrap up the show with a review of the week in politics with Otago Daily Times political editor Dene McKenzie.

10.05 Philippa Jamieson, Green Party candidate for Dunedin North

10.30 Chris Ford, Alliance Party candidate for Dunedin South

10.45 Jacqui Dean, National Party candidate for Otago

11.00 David Parker, Labour MP for Otago

11.10 Trevor Mallard, Minister of Education

11.30 Pete Hodgson, MP for Dunedin North

11.45 Dene McKenzie, Otago Daily Times political editor.

The Real Groovy Morning Spectrum is Radio 1’s weekday news and current affairs show, from 10 am – 12 noon.


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