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The Tuesday Wire Hosted by Noelle McCarthy

12.00 bNews with Will. Weather and Surf.

12.10 Jacqui Dean.
National Party MP from Otago who thinks more extensive research is needed into party pills. What does she think about social tonic entrepreneurs Stargate abandoning their trial of a legal ecstasy alternative?

12.30 Keith Locke.
The Immigration Act review discussion document released by Immigration Minister David Cunliffe last week met with a mixed response. The government sez it will streamline the system, but Green Party MP Keith Locke is one of those who see it as a blueprint for breaching human rights.

1.00 Emma Moore from China.
Our newest correspondent is settling in in Beijing. We'll talk to her about unending construction work and the joys of working for a state-run newspaper.

1.30 The Green Desk
Green Dean live from Little Barrier Island, depending on reception

1.45 The Magazine Review.
Imo reviewing latest mag on the block, Black.

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