TV3 NATIONAL NEWS. 02/01/1991
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A cold snap brings an abrupt end to the Christmas holiday.
A 69 year old died in Wellington after falling between his yacht and the wharf.
The holiday road toll stands at 20
Speaker: Phil Wright (Chief Traffic Officer)
An unidentified young woman’s body was found in the Whangaparoa peninsula today.
Wellington Police have charged a prison escaper of taking a women hostage and stabbing her boyfriend. A second man also escaped from the prison but was recaptured in Silverstream.
Speaker: Snr Sgt Ted Jordan (Upper Hutt Police)
In Auckland two men are on the loose after escaping from Paremoremo prison.
Part of a mountain in the East Cape, known as the resting place of Maui’s canoe, is to be made into a park with public access.
Staff at Wellington’s Park Royal Hotel were kept busy today after a pipe burst.
The annual spate of poppy thieving is happening again as the Opium poppy comes to fruit. Speaker: Glenn Walls (Householder)
Wellington beat Auckland in the final of the inter provincial softball series, winning the Winfield Cup.
Reference number F102555
Collection Film and Video Collection
Media type Moving Image
Series 3 NATIONAL NEWS
Production company TV3
Presenter: Neil Waka
Reporter: Jim Greenhough
Reporter: Gordon Harcourt
Reporter: Rose Daly
Reporter: Tukoroirangi Morgan (Waikato; Tainui)