Q+A 11 March 2012

March 9th, 2012 at 11:03 pm by Kokila Patel

On the first Q+A of 2012 this Sunday (9am, TV ONE), new Labour leader David Shearer gives his first extended television interview as he starts re-positioning his party for a new era. What does he – and his Labour party – stand for? What’s his vision for New Zealand? And does he have the chops to take on and defeat John Key’s National-led government? David Shearer is live with new Q+A interviewer Shane Taurima.

Then, the Ports of Auckland dispute – is it over or has it just begun? And what roles does Auckland City have in this destructive industrial battle? Paul Holmes talks to Maritime Union boss Gary Parsloe, Ports of Auckland Chair Richard Pearson and Auckland mayor Len Brown. What’s behind this dispute and what’s next?

Our new political analyst Raymond Miller is joined on the panel by former major party presidents Mike Williams and Michelle Boag

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3 Responses to “Q+A 11 March 2012”

  1. adze (2,000 comments) says:

    Thank goodness they got rid of Johansson, at least. Now if they can just replace Holmes…

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  2. flipper (3,838 comments) says:

    No, Watkin next, followed by “Telly Tubby, dimwit, Holmes”.

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  3. Steve (4,522 comments) says:

    But but but it’s the pholmes show – look at me, look at me

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