Q+A today

TVNZ says:

Guyon Espiner will be live from Sydney to talk about the result of the Australian election – the winners and losers and all the morning-after reaction.

Paul Holmes interviews Justice Minister Simon Power about the government’s plan for liquor reform. How will the government respond to the Law Commission’s 153 recommendations and can they tackle our binge-drinking culture?

We have a special Christchurch mayoral debate. Mayor Bob Parker and Progressives leader Jim Anderton go head-to-head for Christchurch’s mayoral chains. What do they have planned for the mainland’s big city?

On the panel with Dr Therese Arseneau are lawyer and former ACT MP Stephen Franks and NZ Food & Grocery Council CEO and former National MP Katherine Rich.

Plus we’ll get the word from the blogsphere, David Farrar of Kiwiblog and Bomber Bradbury from Tumeke are on live.

Except we are not on live. We did pre-records.

Will be a very interesting show. Anderton v Parker, plus the Aussie elections plus the alcohol law changes.

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