Amy notes that the General Election and the referendum on the electoral system is rapidly approaching and asks viewers to really focus on how New Zealand will conduct elections in the future. She goes on to talk about alcohol reform and what the Government is trying to accomplish in changes to the law. Finally, she talks about the earhquake and what is still in store as the Government moves forward in the reconstruction effort within Canterbury.
Amy talks about the eight months since the Canterbury earthquakes and what she - and the Government - are doing to help the recovery. She also talks about the Breakers win, the Prime Minister's trip to the UK and France, the killing of Osama Bin Laden, the upcoming Budget here, and how CERA will work.
Amy talks about the more positive moments she saw unfold in the wake of the Christchurch earthquake, calls for patience - the magnitude of the event means that things do take longer than anyone would like - and celebrates the winning of the Ranfurly Shield before talking about her work in Parliament on the electoral legislation committee.
Amy talks about the agenda for the Government in 2010 and the importance of getting a much better performance out of our economic sector, lifting standards in education and making New Zealand a safer place.