Tags: The Nation
This week with England playing Scotland at Eden Park on Saturday — a Scottish flavour to our Sunday Edition Panel!
But first — with the Warriors playing the NRL Grand Final we go to their South Auckland heartland to find out what really makes this much multi-ethnic impoverished part of NZ tick. Narelle Suisted talks about the reality of life in South Auckland and their hopes and dreams for the future with Year 13 from Otahuhu College. This is a fascinating insight into a part of Auckland the rest of NZ knows little about.
We follow that up with an interview with Housing Minister Phil Heatley — over a third of South Aucklanders live in Housing New Zealand houses.
And finally we look back at the colourful career of retiring Green MP Sue Kedgley — from beauty queen to environmental activist. Sean Plunket will have an extended interview with Sue.
And the panel — R G R (“Jock”) Anderson (NBR); David Ferguson (The Scotsman).
UPCOMING SATURDAY 01/10/11 1030 – SUNDAY EDITION 2/10/11 0830 – TV3
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