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Dunedin's Radio One Political Line Up

Dunedin's Radio One Political Line Up


Today on Radio One 91fm's Real Groovy Morning Spectrum, with Sam Huggard, we focus on health. We're talking to Health Minister Annette King, and National Party spokesperson Paul Hutchison. We'll also gauge response from the sector, including Laila Harre, from the NZ Nurses Organisation, and a representative of the NZ Medical Association. We'll also play our feature interview with Prime Minister Helen Clark, recorded while she was in Dunedin earlier this week, and review the week in politics with Scoop Co-Editor Selwyn Manning and Otago Daily Times Political Editor Dene McKenzie.

10.05: Annette King

10.30: Laila Harre

10.45: Feature interview with Prime Minister Helen Clark

11.00 Selwyn Manning

11.20: NZ Medical Association

11.30: Dr Paul Hutchison

11.45: Dene McKenzie

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