Morning report. 1986-07-10. 07:00-08:00.

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Morning Report for 3 July 1986, 07:00-08:00am. The programme runs as follows:
1. News
2. Homosexual Law Reform Bill - The Homosexual Law Reform Bill was passed in Parliament last night 49 votes to 45 (report by Clare de Lore 00:5:10).
Actuality of MP George Gair in the House, explaining why he could not vote against the Bill. Whangarei MP John Banks attacks Mr Gair. Interview with the author of the bill, Fran Wilde. Bill opponent Hauraki MP Graham Lee comments.
Further reaction to the bill’s passing: One of the opponents of the bill, the Salvation Army, had little to say about last night's decision in Parliament (Penny St John 00:1:30). Comment from spokesman for the Gay Task Force, Bill Logan.
3. Headlines and weather
4. Rainbow Warrior – The 10th of July is the anniversary of the bombing of the Rainbow Warrior. Greenpeace have announced plans to replace the Rainbow Warrior. Steve Sawyer, Ray Lilley 00:3:50. Auckland Police are examining the remnants of a rifle found where the convicted French agents were believed to have been one year ago. Peter Kingston 00:2:20.
5. European Community Commission – The EEC has drawn up proposals for New Zealand shipments of butter to Britain, and is hoping for a decision on the proposals next week. The Minister of Overseas Trade, Mike Moore, is being cautious in his response to the proposal. James Weir 00:1:30
6. News and sport
7. Motonui - Judgment will be made soon about viability of the Marsden Point Oil Refinery and the synthetic fuels plant. Bronwyn Williams 00:3:20
8. Public Servants Strike - Public servants at certain government departments in Auckland will hold rolling strikes later this month. Jane Thompson 00:1:55
9. Headlines and weather
10. School Certificate – The Minister of Education has cut the proposed increase in School Certificate exam fees by about nine dollars. Mary McCallum 00:2:15
11. Teachers - The Principal of Christchurch Teachers College is concerned at the level of literacy in the trainees. Paul Patrick 00:2:05
12. Undercover Police Officers Bill - Police expect that some suspected criminals will walk away if the Undercover Police Officers Bill becomes law. Heather Church 00:1:25
13. Prisoners – A former prison inmate is writing a simple manual to help prisoners cope with the outside world. Duncan MacKay 00:2:10
14. Tourists – A visiting American authority says the word 'tourist' is ugly - Professor James Makens

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Year 1986

Reference number 56518

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Genre Radio news programs
Nonfiction radio programs
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits RNZ Collection
Robinson, Geoff, Presenter
Hill, Kim, 1955-, Presenter
Lee, Michael, Editor
Vennell, Caroline, Producer
Johanson, Debra, Producer
National Radio (N.Z.) (estab. 1986, closed 2007), Broadcaster

Duration 01:28:02

Date 10 Jul 1986

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