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Friday July 23

Robert Patman, Associate Professor of International Relations at Otago University and Steve Hoadley, Associate Professor of Political Studies at Auckland University discuss the findings of the 9/11 report which was released overnight.

Ngahiwi Apanui, from the Seafood Industry Training Organisation explains the new Maori customary fishing qualifications. There are two certificates now available, one on customary fishing and another of the management of those fisheries.

The All Blacks will be doing their utmost to keep their perfect record for the season so far when they face the Springboks at Jade Stadium in Christchurch tomorrow night. But it hasn't been the smoothest of build-ups for the AB's with a number of the team coming down with a gastric flu. Rugby reporters Stephen Stuart and South Africa's David van der Sandt spoke to Peter Williams about what we can expect from the tri-nations match.

This morning on Breakfast Joe Bennett discussed the call by Associate Transport Minister Harry Duynhoven wanting extra training for owners of 4 Wheel Drives. 

Political reporter Guyon Espiner has an update on the week's political news including the issue over the speeding diplomatic motorcades.

Peter Williams spoke to Olympic Shooter Nadine Stanton who will represent New Zealand in the Double Trap Shooting event in Athens. Nadine leaves New Zealand on August 8th and will be competing on Aug 18th. Websites: and and

Sue Van Schreven and David Elder have set up a foundation in Romania called Casa kiwi Bucuriei - {kiwi house of joy} The trust supports an orphanage in the city of Turge mures, Romania. It provides a home and cares for 12 abandoned babies.  Sue spoke to Ali this morning about her charitable endeavours and the life expectations for abandoned babies in Romania right now. For more info contact Home for Orphans "Casa Kiwi" [] For make a direct donation to the Romanian Orphans home -