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  • Dr Andrew Laidley of the Victoria University Institute of Policy Studies. He was a senior UN legal advisor and has worked closely with Sergio Vieira de Mello, counting him a close friend and valuable colleague. Laidley joins us to talk of de Mellos sad passing and life as a UN worker.
  • Are you happy with the amount of time you spend at work? Do you wish you had more time for your own things? The Attorney General has been looking at legislating life/work balancing rules (excellent)...The Equal Employment Opportunities trust rewards certain companies who do this already. We speak today to the CEO of the EEO Trudi McNaughton.
  • And we talk the foreshore and seabed again... Maui Soloman joins us to discuss his views and the Fisherie Commission's position on the foreshore and seabed.
  • Newsboys World of Sport.
  • Ant Timpsons Film Review.
  • Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial.

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