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Susan Wood On Air Tonight

8 November, 2005

Susan Wood On Air Tonight

TVNZ has reiterated its support for Susan Wood continuing to present the Close Up programme on TV ONE.

"Susan will be hosting the programme tonight and we are delighted to see her return. We have valued and continue to value Susan very highly and want her to continue working with us. She has done a tremendous job leading our flagship nightly current affairs programme this year and we are keen to see her continue in that role," said Assistant CEO, Stephen Smith.

"We regret that the issues raised in the Employment Relations Authority could not be sorted out privately, but we are now determined to resolve matters as a priority."

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