ONE NEWS. 24/10/2007

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News, sport and weather.

A political report has blown up over a new report calling for New Zealand to adjust its stance on Climate Change. Rawdon Christie (One News); David Skilling (New Zealand Institute); John Key (National Party Leader); Helen Clark (Prime Minister).

A look at the likely changes to come in Prime Minister Helen Clark's upcoming Cabinet Reshuffle, including David Benson-Pope saying he will attempt to stand for Labour at the next Election. Guyon Espiner (Political Editor); David Benson-Pope (Labour, Dunedin South); Gerry Brownlee (National Party, Ilam); John Key (National Party Leader).

Rongomai Bailey - one of the men arrested in recent police anti-terror raids - has claimed he is not a terrorist after being released on bail. Plus the Government is debating changes to the country's antiterrorism legislation. Rongomai Bailey (Accused); John Minto (Peace Activist); Shane Wenzel (Lockett Supporter); Francesca Mold (Deputy Political Editor); Rodney Hide (ACT Leader); Keith Locke (Green MP); Winston Peters (Foreign Affairs Minister).

A US Air strike has killed at least 11 people, including women and children. The US Military has expressed regret over the deaths of six civilians but claimed it was insurgents who put them at risk by planting roadside bombs. Villagers, however, claim the men were simply farmers going about their daily work.

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Year 2007

Reference number F102786

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Series ONE NEWS

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Television

Duration 1:00:00

Production company TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND

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