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The 95bFM Tuesday Wire with Kim Choe
24th June 2008

12:00 bNews, Weather and Surf with Will

12:20 Drug Harm Index: More harm than good?
Detective Superintendent Stuart Mills will join us to talk about the police's new 'Drug Harm Index', which aims to give police information to direct their anti-drug endeavours towards areas that need it most. But how useful will the information this index provides really be?

12:40 Zimbabwe: the SA side
Professor Anthoni van Nieuwkerk from the Centre for Defence and Security Management of the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, analyses recent events in Zimbabwe from the South African side of the border. What does Tsvangirai's withdrawal from Friday's runoff election mean for the region, and should South African President Thabo Mbeki do more to stop Mugabe's grip on power?

1:20 Interview with Jarrod Gilbert on gang warfare. He's spent six years studying gang culture as a part of his PhD at the University of Canterbury.

1:40 The Green Desk
Sustainable Simon talks to Sue Kedgley about her intrepid shopping experiences in the frozen wastes of Mission Bay and if she managed to make it out unscathed.

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