TV3 NEWS. 17/10/2007
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In the wake of anti-terror raids by police across the country, there is alarm over the number of arms that people are attempting to bring into New Zealand.
Jacqui Russell (Customs Officer); Chris Paton (Customs Officer); Simon Williamson (Customs Northern Ports Manager).
A Government review into youth drinking is being criticised as missing the original point of the review.
Sia Aston (3 News); Mark Burton (Justice Minister); Ross Bell (New Zealand Drug Foundation); Sarah Helm (Adolescent Health & Development Association); Martin Gallagher (Labour MP).
The son of Maori Activist Tame Iti - arrested with others on anti-terror raids by police recently - has said his Father is not a terrorist on the day Iti was denied bail. The anti-terror laws used to arrest suspects has been questioned and the Court is being tested as it seeks to exclude media from entering the Court. Plus there have been more police raids on homes in the Tuhoe area connected to recent anti-terror raids.
Mike King (Supporter); Annette Sykes (Defence Lawyer).
Fiji's military leader Frank Bainimarama has promised leaders at the Pacific Leaders Forum that there will be an election and he will abide by results.
Scott Campbell (3 News); Helen Clark (Prime Minister); Alexander Downer (Australian Foreign Minister).
The newest contingent of New Zealand troops has set out for a tour of duty in Afghanistan.
Colonel Brendan Fraher (Mission Commander).
Russian President Vladimir Putin has travelled to Iran despite death threats.
US Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton is favourite to win the Democratic Nomination for the Presidential Election in 2008.