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Friday September 10


Breakfast Producer Kristen Lee spoke to New Zealand's Ambassador,Chris Elder in Jakarta last night in the aftermath of the bombing outside the Australian Embassy.

Dr Doug Lush, Acting Director of Public Health explains the test results of a study into the levels of dioxin in some New Plymouth residents living close to the former Ivan Watkins Dow plant in Paritutu.

Breakfast spoke to  95 bFM Station Manager Aaron carson today about the New Zealand bNet awards on at the Bruice mason Theatre in Auckland tonight. The awards are in their seventh year, and recognise new and emerging musicians frequently played on the student radio network throughout New Zealand.
The awards are by public vote, winners will be posted on  www.bnet.co.nz .

James McOnie provided Breakfast's weekly satirical round-up this morning with chat about the influx of British and Irish Lions supporters, the Super 14 and the troubles with Nasa.

In our weekly wrap up of politics, political reporter Fran Mold talks about the issue of overcrowding in police and court remand cells.

This morning Paul spoke to Jon Skinner a cardiologist at Auckland's Starship Hospital and Trelise Cooper, one of New Zealand's premiere fashion designer about the charity event that sees glamorous handbags auctioned to buy much-needed equipment for Starship's heart unit.

At-risk young people throughout New Zealand are to be helped through a friendship and mentoring scheme which is being launched nationwide. Big Brothers Big Sisters New Zealand is being launched by the international Big Brothers Big Sisters Trust CEO, Dagmar McGill from America. www.bbbsi.org


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