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Published: Wed 17 Sep 2003 11:35 AM
The bFM WIRE Today: 12 - 2pm weekdays


Host: Noelle Mc Carthy - Producer: Olivia Kember - Co Producer: Chris Garland - News Director: Renee Mundy
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Today on The Wire
bNews with Renee
The students are back this week, we find out what's going on this semester on the AUSA Report with Chris Garland.
Control Freaks, opens this weekend as part of the AK03 festival... this is a play with a difference. It's set it the beautiful space that envelopes Rip Shit and Bust on Aucklands K'Road. Claire and Mike Dwyer, talk us through the concept today.
MADGE and Greenpeace join hands on October 11th, in an effort to create one of the biggest anti GM marches yet. Allanah Currie is in studio today.
Only two days to go to we unveil the winners of the bNet NZ Music Awards. Today Michael from the Mint Chicks shares his excitement about their nomination for Most Promising New Act.
NZ English Language schools have suffered a major loss from a fierce drop in international students. This week the Modern Age Language School announed a debt of $4,404.0000 including more than 1 million owed to unsecured creditors. Maureen Hayes, Chairperson of the Combined Registered English Schools NewZealand joins us to shed some light on how this has happened.
And we finish up with the Magazine Review today, from Monica Dwyer.
Aucklanders can tune in at 95 on the FM dial.
From the desk of Renee Mundy, 95bFM Radio, News and Editorial Director

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