ONE NEWS. 21/10/2007

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News, sport and weather.

South Africa's rugby team - the Springboks - have won the Rugby World Cup for a second time, defeating England in this morning's Rugby World Cup Final in France.

Those involved in alleged terror training camps that were the subject of recent police anti-terror raids were allegedly plotting attacks on Prime Minister Helen Clark, Australian Prime Minister John Howard and even US President George W. Bush, according to a report in the Sunday Star-Times. Plus the Maori Party is softening its criticism of the police raids, and veteran activist Tame Iti can now begin an attempt to fight his bail conditions. Guyon Espiner (Political Editor); Te Uroroa Flavell (Maori Party MP).

In the wake of the recent anti-terror raids, people living in the Ruatoki Valley claim that their use of guns is being misunderstood. Tini Molyneux (One News); Choppie Heurea (Tuhoe); Robert Davis (Camp Organiser).

Australian Prime Minister John Howard is preparing for a debate in what is likely to be his last even Election Campaign. John Howard (Australian Prime Minister); Garth Bray (Australian Correspondent); Maxine McKew (Australian Labor Candidate.

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Year 2007

Reference number F102769

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image


Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Television

Duration 1:00:00


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