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95bFM: The Monday Wire with Imogen Neale

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The Monday Wire Hosted By Imogen Neale

12: News, surf and weather with Hannah

12.15: Minister of Internal Affairs Rick Barker

Minister of Internal Affairs Rick Barker joins us to discuss the move to sell Lotto tickets online.

12.30: Dr Sean Sullivan responds to Minister of Internal Affairs Rick Barker

Dr Sean Sullivan, of ABACUS counselling, training and supervision, has conducted substantial problem gambling research. He gives his view on Lotto's move online.

1: Editor of Freelance Market Kim Griggs and co-organiser of the Bank of New Zealand Freelance 2008 conference

Kim Griggs looks at key issues raised at last weeks Bank of New Zealand Freelance 2008 conference.

1.20 Peter Griffin's go-go gadgets

Technology writer Peter Griffin looks at the iphone and what it will mean for New Zealander's when Vodafone launches it here – officially.

1.40 Tom Frewen's Week in Politics

Parliamentary reporter Tom Frewen has his eye on the Public Health Bill's journey through Select Committee and where the media's focus has been.

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