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The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays

The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays
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The Wednesday Wire Hosted By Alice Murray Produced by Kim Choe

12.00 - bNews, weather and surf with Amelia

12.10 - the final AUSA report for 2006 with President Dan Bidois

12.20 - David Do, AUSA Welfare Officer

It's pretty much common knowledge that students are poor. That's why Auckland University's Students' Association has a Welfare Officer, who organises and distributes food packages to students who've fallen on hard times. This year that job's fallen to David Do, who joins Alice in the studio to talk about some interesting statistics he's put together from the food bank.

12.50 - Steve Maharey

The first edition of what could be a regular feature with the Broadcasting Minister.

1.15 - Mike Lee, Auckland Regional Council Chairman

Mike talks to Alice about the Auckland City Council's recent decision to support a stadium spanning the Marsden and Cook wharves on Auckland's waterfront. Will we be ready for the 2011 World Cup?

1.30 - Richard Northey, Acting Deputy Mayor of Auckland City

The Councillor explains why Auckland City made their decision on the waterfront stadium.

Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial.

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