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The Tuesday Wire Hosted By Kim Choe

The Wire
Tuesday 5th December 2005
Host: Kim Choe

12:00 bNews/Weather/Surf with Jose Barbosa

12:30 Matt McCarten - Unite Union
The Unite Union has finally scored one over the big guys, with the announcement yesterday that workers at McDonald's have won a collective employment agreement. It's been a bit of a long fight, but the relentless supersizemypay.com campaign and protests seem to have finally paid off.

1:00 Associate Professor Robert Patman - Otago University
The US ambassador to the UN, John Bolton, announced his resignation yesterday. He is the second high-profile member of President George W Bush's administration to resign since the Democrats took control of Congress almost a month ago. (The first, of course, being defence secretary Donald Rumsfeld.) So what happens now, and perhaps most importantly, who's going to take over from Bolton?

1:30 Magazine Review with Imogen Neal


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