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Thursday July 8


Dr Jane O'Hallahan, Director of the Ministry of Health's Meningococcal Vaccine Strategy discusses the rollout of the vaccine programme.
 
Malcolm Black, the Chairman of the Music Industry Export Development Group outlines the group's strategy that it's agreed on with the government to help launch NZ music overseas. For a copy of the group's report go to: www.nzte.govt.nz/music
 
Francesca Rudkin is Breakfast's regular music and film reviewer. This morning she talked about the latest teen flick Mean Girls. The official site is at: www.meangirls.com
 
Lorelei Mason is the One News Health Correspondent. She and Alison discussed the new meningococcal disease vaccination programme.
 
Panel discussion: Dwight Whitney is an Auckland businessman who was bullied as a teenager. Dwight is now an advocate for more action on the problem of bullying. Mark Cleary is the principal of William Colenso College in Napier. Steve Hayns is a registered psychologist. Information on Steve's other areas of expertise can be found at www.triplep.net

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