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The Wednesday Wire Hosted by Wallace Chapman

The Wednesday Wire Hosted by Wallace Chapman

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The Wednesday Wire. Host: Wallace Chapman

12:15 pm - Raewyn Neilson, Executive Officer from the NZ Federation of Family and Budgeting commenting on the ‘simplified’ benefit system.

12:45 pm - Lynda Harris from WriteGroup Ltd talking about their development of a standard called ‘Writetalk’ – a system designed to get people to use plain English in documents.

1pm – Sohail, on the proposed deportation out of NZ of Iranian refugee Thomas Yadegary

1.20 pm – Guy Boyce. Aucklanders tendency not to pre-book can lead to uncertainty for event organisers. Director of the Christchurch festival of the Arts Guy Boyce gives a southern perspective.

1.30 Web talk with Jeremy Hall

1.45 pm – Gregor Campbell ‘The Da Vinci Code’ is now the biggest selling novel ever. Who was Leonardo Da Vinci really? . Gregor Campbell reports.

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