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Wednesday March 28, 2007


On the March 28 programme...

Earthrace
Earthrace Skipper Pete Bethune spoke to Paul Henry about this morning's decision not to press criminal charges against the Earthrace crew, allowing them to leave Guatemala and continue their journey.
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Student debt 
StudentHub's James Robinson talked to Kay Gregory about the impact of living costs on New Zealand's $9billion student debt.
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Security 
Defence Minister Phil Goff talked about the top-level International security conference he is hosting.
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Media news 
Media commentators Irene Gardiner and Jim Tully discussed APN's plans to pool its subediting staff in one national office, and the ongoing coverage of the allegations regards the sexual behaviour of some senior New Zealand police officers.
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Looking after yourself.
Many caregivers are failing to look after their own needs. Psychologist Dr Louisa Walker spoke to Breakfast about a seminar she's hosting at the University of Auckland to address the problem.
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Tagata Pasifika 
Pacific Correspondent Barbara Dreaver talked about Tagata Pasifika's 20th birthday this week.
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Roger and Pip Hall 
Father and daughter team Roger and Pip Hall described writing a play to help celebrate Plunket's 100th anniversary - Who Needs Sleep Anyway, which begins touring in May. www.plunket.org.nz
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Miss Universe NZ
Miss Universe New Zealand organiser Val Lott and contestant Carena West talked about the pagent, and what it means to be crowned Miss Universe New Zealand.
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