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95bFM: The Wednesday Wire with Jose Barbosa

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The Wednesday Wire Hosted By José Barbosa

12:00 News with Kim, weather, surf report.

12:15 The AUSA Report with AUSA President Dan

12:40 Mark Donnelly, President of the Eden Park Residents Association
Eden Park is to get a major overhaul in anticipation of the 2011 Rugby World Cup. Mark Donnelly is the head of one of the residents groups in Mt Eden and he'll let us know what the Eden Park Trust Board is up to, and how residents of the area feel about the proposed redesign.

1:00 John Armstrong, Political Correspondent for the NZ Herald
So Taito Phillip Field has been exonerated from allegations of a conflict of interest, but there are still questions. Not the least of which is why the author of the report was hampered in his efforts to investigate.

1:20 Thomas Koner
German media artist showing his work "From The Outskirts of Nothing to the Suburbs of the Void" tonight at the Wintergarden in the Civc as part of the International Film Festival.

1:45 Andrew Patton
Andrew's debut documentary Man's Best Friend is out now. It's a must see for dog lovers everywhere.

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