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Prime Minister Helen Clark is LIVE. - Is this a government or a three legged nag? - Can this government go the distance? - How much can Helen rely on Winston Peters? - What policies can Helen enact? - What exactly does Helen have a mandate to do?

Also this week,

** Steve Hopkins reports on Parking Wardens and their tricks. They will do anything to write a ticket. Forget chalk on your tyres, you will not believe what they are up to now.

** Ali Mau is LIVE at Air New Zealand Fashion Week and has been behind the catwalk for the past five weeks. Ali gives a birds-eye-view of the stress and tension behind New Zealand's premiere fashion event.

** Just how much did Sir Howard Morrison's comments about Rosita influence the NZ Idol result?

** On the panel this week are NZ Idol judge Frankie Stevens, former Act leader Richard Prebble and commentator Christine Rankin.

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