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12:00 News with Kim. Weather and Surf.

12:15 Dr Richard McKenzie A high powered group of scientists will meet in Otago later this week at a panel hosted by NIWA. Dr McKenzie from New Zealand is taking part and he's on the show to talk about the panel his research which suggests the ozone layer is recovering.

12:35 Marie Cotter The organiser of the Fight Against P march to Wellington is on the line from Taihape to give us the low down on the march.

1:00 Dr Chris Wilkins Dr Wilkins from Massey University has lead studies into drug use in New Zealand. We'll find out if his data supports media reprots of a P epidemic.

1:15 The Internet Report with Jeremy Hall.

1:40 Len Richards 300 Air New Zealand engineers stand to lose their jobs to outsourcing. The Co'Leader of the Alliance Party says the Government should step in and save their jobs.

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