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Tuesday September 7


Tim Preston, Managing Director of ASB Securities and Bruce Sheppard from the NZ Shareholders' Association discuss the impact the liquidation of "no-frills" broking firm Access Brokerage will have had on the confidence of "Mum" and "Dad" investors. www.nzx.com
www.accessbrokerage.co.nz

Mai Chen our public law expert from Chen, Palmer and partners discusses the issues surrounding the Maori Land Court Judge Caren Wickliffe's decision to allow the east coast iwi foreshore and seabed claims to be heard, and the Crown's request for a judicial review of that decision.

Breakfast spoke to David McPhail who plays George in the Auckland Theatre Company production of " Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf? by Edward Albee.

Breakfast Music reviewer Francesca Rudkin looked at Icelandic Bjork's new album today called "Medulla".

Ali Mau spoke to David Russell from the Consumers' Institute about package holidays that don't deliver what they promise.  www.consumer.org.nz

Paul Henry spoke to Greg Casagrande, founder and president of the South Pacific Business Development Foundation. The foundation aims to improve the quality of life of people living in poverty in the poor nations of the South Pacific using the 'entrepreneurial solution'. This involves providing unsecured loans to the poor which allows them to establish their own businesses. Website: www.spbd.ws

Alison Mau spoke to Lynda Finn about her book Healthy Kids, Happy kids in which she says being fat does not necessarily mean being unhealthy. In the book Lynda says good health comes from eating the right food and getting plenty of exercise, not from being thin. Website: www.randomhouse.co.nz Celia Murphy from the Obesity Action Coalition commented on the situation of obesity and children's health in NZ.

Andy and Ephram's fragile relationship is further strained when it appears that Andy is once again giving priority to his work instead of his family. Meanwhile, as the town of Everwood celebrates its annual Fall Thaw Festival, Ephram's interest in Amy continues to develop, and Delia gets into trouble at school for questioning her teacher's antiquated rules.

 


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