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“Rongo Wetere Exclusive IV with Willie Jackson”

“Rongo Wetere Exclusive IV with Willie Jackson”

Willie Jackson will conduct an exclusive interview with Rongo Wetere to be aired at 1:30pm today on Radio Waatea. Rongo will discuss the findings of the government audit and the talk about the problems surrounding Te Wananga o Aotearoa.

  • Broadcast information as follows: December 2005 1:30pm, Auckland (603am)
  • Listeners outside of Auckland can listen live via the Internet on www.waatea603am.co.nz.
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