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This week on Holmes:

This week on Holmes:

** An extended interview with All Blacks Captain, Tana Umaga.

Also this week,

** Gang violence has claimed the life of one man and put several teenagers in hospital. * How do we stamp out gangs once and for all?

** Josie Bullock was sacked by Corrections for refusing to sit at the back during a Maori farewell ceremony. * We give her a makeover and a chance at a talkback career.

** The tricks of the Parking Warden trade. * Why some Parking Wardens have given up using chalk and what they are using instead.

** On the panel this week are Tim Shadbolt, Deborah Coddington and John Tamihere.

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