Q+A – Sunday, March 17 2013
Q+A – Sunday, March 17 @9am on TV
On Q+A this Sunday, NZ’s in the midst of a
drought so how will it affect you and me and our pockets? We
speak to the Finance Minister Bill English, and a climate
scientist who says we have to no option but to adapt.
Also on the programme, is New Zealand set to become a
world leader in energy? We speak to visiting economic
geologist Dr Scott Tinker.
And the Catholic Church has a
new Pope, we hear the view of a Kiwi Catholic.
panel this week is political scientist Dr Raymond Miller,
former Greens co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons, and Tower
Investments’ CEO Sam Stubbs.
Join host Susan Wood and
political editor Corin Dann on Q+A at 9am this Sunday on TV
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Wellington: NZTA's Plans
For Basin, Mt Vic Tunnel, Transport Spine
A better transport future for Wellington City is a step closer, with a package of transport infrastructure proposals that will make getting around the city easier for everyone.
The NZ Transport Agency, Greater Wellington Regional Council and Wellington City Council today released the final report of the Public Transport Spine Study about future public transport options for the city. At the same time, NZTA released refined plans for State Highway 1 including the Basin Bridge, Mount Victoria Tunnel duplication, and widening of Ruahine Street and Wellington Road.
The announcements highlight a package of proposed improvements that will ensure Wellington remains a liveable city supported by an efficient, safe transport network. More>>