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95bFM: The Wednesday Wire with José Barbosa

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The Wednesday Wire hosted by José Barbosa


12:00 News with Kim, Weather

12:10 AUSA Report with Dan the Man

12:30 Maurice Williamson, National's transport Spokesperson

Don Brash has blasted Transit NZ for vetoing large developments. He sez under National Transit would be stripped of its power to stop these developments. We've got National's Transport spokesperson on at 12:30.

12:50 Laila Harre, Secretary of the National Distribution Union

At 12:50 I'll be talking to Laila Harre about the laws which prevent shops from opening on certain holidays such as Easter Sunday. Her union which represents general workers wants retailers to obey the law and respect workers need for a day off.

1:15 Idiot/Savant, No Right Turn

Then at 1:15 I'm be talking to the ma who goes by the pysedumn of Idiot/Svant. He has a liberal blog called No Right Turn and he's been attacking the Government for what he calls a shameful silence on the alleged mistreatment of prisoners at Guantanamo Bay.

1:40 Hadyn Green, Public Sector Blogger

Last week a seminar was held in Wellington about public sector workers and blogging. I'll be talking to a blogger who works in the public sector and spoke at the seminar about issues surrounding the Public Sector Code of Conduct and blogs.

Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial.

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