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Radio One Thursday Spectrum with Jonny West

Radio One Thursday Spectrum with Jonny West

28 September 2006
Radio One, Dunedin 91FM

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10.15: David Wratt, meteorologist from NIWA

Jonny talks to David Wratt about climate change with regard to Otago and coastal Otago.

10.30: Flatline (accomodation guide)

11.20: David Parker, Labour Minister of Energy, and Climate Change Issues

Jonny and David Parker will discuss the Government's continuing plans and policies to combat climate change.

11.40: Malcolm Farry (2004 Dunedin City Mayoral Candidate)

Malcolm Farry wants to upgrade, or replace, Carisbrook so that Dunedin can have a world class rugby stadium in time for the 2011 World Cup. Who's going to pay for it?

12.00: News with Prue

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