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UPFRONT: Margo White talks to novelist Emily Perkins.

POLITICS: Jane Clifton on the Prime Minister and the infamous Hawkesby comment.

SNOUTS IN THE TROUGH: Gordon Campbell examines the culture of perks and golden handshakes and the impact on the public service.

VOICES ON APEC: The common people give us their views on APEC and what it means for them.

NEWS, RNZ AND THE BOARD: Denis Welch reports on why Radio New Zealand staff fear for the future of public radio.

ROOM THREE: Steve Braunias relives his first day at school.

CLINGING TO THE WRECKAGE: Margo White on the floating exhibition of misery at sea.

THE GREAT BOOZE HEIST OF 99: Matt Philp examines the haul of over $400,000 of liquor from the Auckland wharves and checks out where it is popping up.

WAR THROUGH A LENS: Chris Cooke finds out what drives war reporter Margaret Moth.

END GAME: What good is Wellington’s Downstage Theatre and why should Auckland pay for it?

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