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This Sunday On Agenda

This Sunday On Agenda

HONE HARAWIRA Maori Party spokesman on post election
negotiations.

WALL STREET MELT DOWN exclusive coverage of how the
international credit crisis will affect New Zealand.

FACT FINDER is keeping the politicians honest as they spin
their way through the campaign. This week Helen Clark and
John Key are under scrutiny from our team.

JANE CLIFTON'S POLITICAL ANIMALS looks at the politician's
antics as they enter campaign mode with vigour.

CAMPAIGN CAM kicks off with our citizen journalists
capturing a candidate who is in love with his dog.

AND we give away the book "First Catch Your Weka", a story
of the great tradition of New Zealand cooking told through
the recipes we've used.

Join us 10am, TVONE, Sunday


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