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Thursday June 2


A package of an unknown biological agent has forced the closure of the Indonesian embassy in Canberra. Australian journalist Anthony Clark of 2GB discussed the latest developments.

Paul Henry spoke to Amir Salman, a member of the local Iraqi community who is seeking legal advice after Winston Peters used parliamentary privilege to claim he was a member of the former Baath party. Also Green Party defence spokesman Keith Locke.

With schools set to receive their annual copyright licensing bill this week, Kay Gregory talked to Mark Sayes, Chairman of Copyright Licensing Limited, about the issues surrounding copyright of school text. It follows an out-of-court settlement reached last week with Rotorua's Waiariki Polytechnic for infringing copyright.

Francesca Rudkin reviewed The Door in the Floor starring Kim Bassinger and Jeff Bridges. The Door in the Floor is an adaptation from the best selling novel - A Widow For One Year by John Irvine.

Australian correspondent Michael Holland spoke from Canberra about the Indonesian embassy attack, presumed to be linked to the Schappelle Corby verdict.

Until now, physicians and GPs have always been addressed as "Doctor", while surgeons are Mr, Mrs or Miss. Health correspondent Lorelei Mason discussed the passing of this long-standing tradition.

Engineering student Cameron Lornie - and his chilly flatties - chatted from their drafty Riccarton house about trying to keep warm and keep the power bill in check over winter.

Paul Henry discusssed energy efficient housing - with Green Party co leader Jeanette Fitzsimons and Dan Heyworth live from an energy efficient home in Greenhithe, Auckland.


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