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Wednesday 7:00am to 8:30am
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Patrick Beggs, Nick Wallis and Judith Peppard

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Wednesday Breakfast 25 of April 2018
With Judith Peppard and Patrick Beggs.

Dulce et Decorum est Pro Patria Mori: Wilfred Owen (8 March 1893 – 4 November 1918)

 

Dr Sue Wareham, President, Medical Association for Prevention of War (Australia) speaks with us about ANZAC Day, Australia’s participation in the industrial military complex and the urgent need to work toward peace

 

Graeme Dunstan reports from the ANZAC Eve Peace Vigil in Canberra, commemorating the Frontier Wars. He describes the events of the Vigil, the Spirit Songs, the stories told and the experience of the dawn service.

We hear from Aaron Packard, Chairperson of 350 AOTE-AROHA, the New Zealand arm of the international climate movement…350.org, on the government’s decision not to grant new permits for off-shore oil and gas exploration.

 

What New Zealanders think of the decision not to grant new permits for off-shore oil and gas exploration.

 

Historian Henry Reynolds talks about the importance of acknowledging the Frontier Wars in Canberra and how that might be done.

 

Denise Brailey discusses the illegal practices of banks that are currently under investigation by the Royal Commission and her work to support people who have had problems.

 

 

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