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1. Labour MP Clayton Cosgrove; NZ First Leader, Winston Peters and Green MP Gareth Hughes on why they want to hang on to the SOEs and what they would do with them if they were in Government. (Rachel Smalley will chair this discussion)
2. Jenee Tibshraeny reports on a private sector initiative to improve performance at low decile schools – and Rachel Smalley talks to millionaire-entrepeneur Scott Gilmour about his “I have a Dream” initiative.
3. Jeremy Wells and Freemans Bay lawyer, Bill Somerville debate Jeremey’s propsoal which has become a storm in a trendy Auckland latte cup — a new international cricket ground right in the heart of Freeman’s Bay.
4. Bill Ralston will be focussing on the future of newspapers in our Sunday media edition. (As reader’s of Brian Edward’s blog will know, the good doctor is in the Cook Islands on holiday.
Broadcast on Saturday at 9.30 am, repeated on Sunday at 8 am on TV3
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