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12 00 b News with Will, weather and surf

12 15 Charleen Oliver
Charleen Oliver is talking to us as the organiser for a recently launched venture called New Zealand Runway. The event is being promoted as a compliment to and expansion on the incredibly successful Air New Zealand Fashion Week. The two events will run at the same time, with New Zealand Runway operating out of the Air New Zealand Fashion Week venue at the Viaduct Harbour. It hopes to showcase some of the 'exciting, dynamic and imaginative' aspects of associated design, lifestyle and creative industries.

1 00 Jane Ussher
Coined the "eyes of the Listener for 25 years", Jane Ussher is talking about the celebration of her work in the Listener's 65th birthday special glossy edition, an exhibition at the Auckland Museum entitled 'Portraits of Our Time' that opened on July 5th and a book called 'Jane Ussher Portraits'.

1 15 Rod Donald - Greens Co-leader Rod Donald has reacted to the claims being made by Trade Minister Jim Sutton, Economic Development Minister Jim Anderton and the Singapore Trade Minister George Yeo that the latest reports on the New
Zealand - Singapore CEP Agreement show positive spin offs. Rather, Donald claims, the figures actually indicate a very one sided benefit that sees Singapore reaping the economic glory whilst exporters in New Zealand struggle to find enough support to keep their heads above water.

1 30 Alastair Thompson of 'In the House' Comings and goings in Parliament.

1 45 Incredible Film Festival organiser Ant Timpson with the weekly Film

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