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The Tuesday Wire with Noelle McCarthy

12.00 News with Rebecca. Weather and surf.

12.15 Fran O Sullivan.
Business Editor at The Herald.
A free trade agreement between New Zealand, Singapore, Chile and Brunei was signed yesterday. Chile and Brunei are joining the FTA with Singapore, and the Minister for Trade says there is room for other interested countries if they want to join the party. The deal is being described as "small but strategic" Fran O Sullivan explains why.

12.30 Trevor Mallard (TBC)
The government has announced a tertiary education shake-up worth $160 million.
Cash for low-quality polytechnic courses will be slashed as part of the education overhaul.
Question is, what were they doing there in the first place?
The Minister for Education will, hopefully, answer that question this afternoon.

1.00 The Green Desk.
Nandor Tanczos.
The Green MP is still flying the flag for cannibas liberalization laws, God bless him.
He'll talk about the latest bill he's presenting to parliament.

1.30 Mag Review with Imogen Neale.
Imo is back from the Orient with Horse and Pony and some street 'zines. Great.

Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial.

From the desk of Noelle McCarthy News and Editorial Director Radio 95bfm

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