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Thursday July 15


Mark Farnsworth, Northland Regional Council Chairman and Callum McCallum, Chairman of the NZ Aquaculture Council discuss the problem of aging infrastructure around the country that has seen sewage discharged into local waterways, most recently in Northland. www.nrc.govt.nz  www.seafood.co.nz

Milan Rockic appeared on Breakfast this morning with details of the Cirque Du Soleil show touring Auckland in December.
For more information see: www. ticketek.co.nz or www.cirquedusoleil.com. Tickets go on sale July 26th.

Francesca reviewed '13 Going On 30' the latest Hollywood body-switch comedy. The film star Jennifer Garner and Mark Ruffalo and is rated PG with sexual references.

In four days time the first New Zealand children will be lined up for the new meningococcal vaccine after last week's announcement by the health ministry that it has finally been approved. Health Correspondent Loreli Mason discussed the issue of people clamouring for the vaccine and the Health Ministry's response which says - the vaccine is not for sale.

Alison Mau spoke to Australian Psychologist Winnifred Louis about US society and culture and the increasing prevalence of anti-Americanism around the world. Dr Louis is one of over 100 scholars to be invited to New Zealand by the University of Auckland to take part in the 2004 Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association Conference which is being held from 14-17 July. Website: www.anzasa.arts.usyd.edu.au and follow the 'Conference' link.

Alison Ballance is a zoologist and uses her animal expertise to producer of documentaries in Dunedin for The Natural History Unit. She is currently working on a six part series about the equator and she spoke to Ali this morning about her fascinating experiences in Equador's Galapagos Islands and on the island of Palmyra is the far reaches of the Pacific.


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