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Friday November 19


Former ACT Leader Richard Prebble spoke to Alison Mau about the Supreme Court decision allowing the ACT party to declare MP Donna Awatere-Huata's seat vacant.  It clears the way for Kenneth Wang to become an ACT MP.

Howard Morley, the National President of the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand spoke to Paul Henry about the latest housing figures that show a bounceback in sales after a slight lull over the winter months.

Ahead of this weekend's All Black test with Wales, Peter Williams spoke to One News Rugby Reporter Stephen Stuart from Cardiff.

Social Commentator James McOnie chatted about the case of 'Honey Boy' the breast fed puppy and Condoleezza Rice's appointment as US Secretary of State.

Ali spoke this morning with American film producer John Sloss who's in the country to speak at the Screen Production and Development Association of New Zealand conference. John is executive producer of the film Before Sunset which is currently screening here. He spoke about the difficulties facing New Zealand film producers and the opportunities available for them overseas.

Political reporter Garth Bray spoke to Paul Henry about the week in politics, including the passing of the contentious seabed and foreshore legislation.

Former World War Two soldier, Major Sandy Thomas became the youngest commander of a NZ infantry battalion at war when he was aged 24 and fought in Greece, North Africa, Italy and was part of the occupation force in Japan.  The 85 year old war hero, four times decorated for bravery has just written his second book, Pathways to Adventure about his experience of being a soldier, the toll on family life and the exhilaration of war.  He spoke to Alison Mau about his views on the Middle East.

Breakfast reporter Renee Mundy - did a Holly Golighty turn as she admired diamonds from Tiffany & Co exclusive to the DFS Galleria in central Auckland.

 


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