Q+A 23/3/14: MH370, PM in China, Tourism
Q+A - This Sunday
MARCH AT 9.00AM ON TV ONE
Q+A this weekend:
Flight MH370 –
the latest developments plus analysis from a top aviation
The Prime Minister’s damage control mission to
China – Political Editor Corin Dann
interviews John Key.
Ireland’s Agriculture & Food
Minister – he’s been to New Zealand to find out how to
become a global dairy giant – what did he learn?
Susan Wood asks Simon Coveney whether
they’re already stealing our business.
Industry Association head Martin Snedden on a bold new
target for increasing the tourist dollar. He talks to
Deputy Political Editor Michael Parkin.
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