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Wednesday October 20


The select committee investigating the corngate incident has released its findings. The committee chair, Green party Co-Leader Jeanette Fitzsimons joins us to talk about the inquiry's recommendations along with other committee members, Nick Smith the National party's environment spokesperson and Labour's David Parker the Deputy Chair of the Local Government and Environment Select Committee.

To coincide with the unofficial start of the boating season the Ministry of Fisheries is encouraging people going fishing to brush up on their catch knowledge.  Fisheries Officer Craig Richardson explains what it's all about. For more information www.fish.govt.nz

Paul Henry spoke to Haitian vocalist Maya Dorcil and Sugarlicks Records manager Gareth Farry. Gareth has just got back from the Popkomm music expo in Berlin, Germany where he scored an international distribution deal. Websites: www.popkomm.de & www.sugarlicks.com

Local clothing designer Jane Rhodes chatted to Ali this morning about her show the previous night, her hopes for Fashion week and raising her six sons. 

In regional update Christchurch reporter Dave Di Somma tells us why the Wizard's decided to relocate to Oamaru and the build up to the weekend's NPC rugby final between Wellington and Canterbury.

Internationally acclaimed fashion model Angela Dunn spoke to Ali this morning about her first time at Fashion Week.

Pierre-Yves Bournerias is winemaker at Institut Oenologique de Champagne, in Champagne, he spoke to Paul Henry this morning about his wine-expertise and his role as the judge of our International Chardonnay Challenge.


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