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Tuesday April 17, 2007


On the April 17 programme...

US shooting
A reported 32 people have been killed in a campus shooting at a technical university in Virginia in the United States. Reporter Carla Wohl from the ABC updated the deadliest campus attack in US history.
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Wanganui hospital 
Breakfast spoke to Wanganui Hospital's Medical Advisor Dr Terry Johnson about the latest death of a 52-year old woman in their care in 2004 - and what the hospital is doing to remedy the situation.
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Wanganui hospital
Emergency Medicine Specialist Dr Mike Ardagh spoke about the latest problem at Wanganui Hospital - and how important good communication is in Emergency Departments.
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Consumer News 
Belinda Allan from the Consumers' Institute spoke about the sales pitch behind extended warranties - and the misleading advice some salespeople are using to sell them.
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Yachting book 
Author and yachtie Sarah Ell talked about her new book "Shoot the Breeze", a landlubber's guide to understanding yachting lingo.
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Jockey's determination 
After being badly injured while racing at Wingatui in 2002, jockey Christine Lawn was told she'd never walk again. She spoke about her determination to walk again and how still goes horseriding and has even had a child.
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