Dunedin Television|On Demand - Freeview|HD Channel 39 - Monday, July 6th, 2015

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Film icon. Nightly interview: Tim Hambleton

The work of a local playwright is being recognised at a national level. Tim Hambleton's play is among eight in the running for an industry award, and the only one from the South Island. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Dr Helen Paterson

A team of senior lecturers at the University of Otago are calling for a contraceptive programme for teenagers. They say long-acting reversible contraception should be available to youth before they become sexually active. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Dave Cull

A raft of new measures are being implemented to curb the local drinking culture. Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull is involved in citywide efforts to reduce alcohol related harm. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Karen Palmer

Government funding has been secured for a joint project between two local schools. Karen Palmer is the sport in education leader at Queen's High School. And she joins us to discuss the project. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Robert Patman

The University of Otago has just hosted its 50th Foreign Policy School. Professor Robert Patman is one of the directors, and he's here to tell us all about it. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Ginny Green

A massive local fundraising effort has fulfilled the immediate financial needs of the Otago Community Hospice. Two million dollars has been raised to cover a government funding shortfall. And hospice chief executive Ginny Green is here to tell us more. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Dr Linda Gulliver

A global study is revealing the link between common chemicals and cancer. Dr Linda Gulliver, of the Faculty of Medicine at Otago University, is the only New Zealand scientist selected for the research. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Katy Atkinson

A University of Otago student group has won the Ministry of Health's supreme volunteering prize. Cancer Core recently raised more than $60,000 through its inaugural Relay For Life effort. Former Cancer Core president Katy Atkinson now works for the Cancer Society, and she joins us to explain what the group does. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Richard Thomson

Financial problems at the Southern District Health Board are nothing new, and Richard Thomson knows that more than most. He's been on the board since 2001, as a chairman and a member. He's now a deputy commissioner, and he joins us to explain the difficulties involved in running the organisation. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Bruce Purvis

The efforts of a Dunedin developer are being celebrated nationally, at the country's premier property awards. Bruce Purvis is the owner and developer of the award-winning Staveley Building. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: John Drummond

Although retired from a long stint leading the University of Otago's music department, Emeritus Professor John Drummond continues to work. He's rejigged a popular comic opera, for local audiences. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Dave Cull

The Dunedin City Council is under some scrutiny in the wake of last week's devastating floods. Some residents say the city's infrastructure should be better maintained. So Mayor Dave Cull joins us to discuss the criticism and the ongoing relief effort. ›see story

Film icon. Nightly interview: Clare Curran

A local politician is calling for the future-proofing of infrastructure in South Dunedin. Labour MP Clare Curran is the elected representative for the wider South Dunedin area. And she joins us to highlight her concerns for the community. ›see story