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The Monday Wire Hosted By Noelle McCarthy

12.00 bNews, weather and Surf with Amelia.

12.15 Dr Brett Mullan.
The National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research NIWA, have completed a new climate change model for New Zealand. The projections suggest that the fastest warming will be felt in the coldest part of the country, the Southern Alps. Dr. Mullan was in charge of the research and he's on the Wire today.

12.30 Ursula Cheer, University of Canterbury Law Department.
Don Brash has been successful in gagging the holders of his personal emails, raising fears that high-profile people will be able to now block stories even when it's in the public interest to report them.

12.45 Robyn Hughes, ARC.
Is Trevor Mallard blackmailing Auckland over a waterfront stadium? Robyn thinks so...

1.00 Selwyn Manning. scoop.co.nz.
Live from Tonga

1.20 Acting Prime Minster Michael Cullen.
Replay from Breakfast this morning.


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