Morning report. 1990-02-07.

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0600 News/Sport
0609 Ex BBC: Somalia civil war
0616 Ex BBC: Kuwaiti parliamentary interregnum
0619 Ex BBC: Urban poverty in the United States
0625 Good Morning "Rural" New Zealand: See Rural Report Rundown
0630 News/Weather/Māori News
0645 Ex BBC: political ramifications. Japanese Mayor attack
0650 "Morning Comment": Wendy Ross
0652 Money Matters: Margaret Inge i/v Nobimitsu Kogami.

[recorded programme begins at 0700]

0700 NEWS
0705
00:0:54 TREATY Re-enactment and celebrations were a great success
00:00:4:01 QUEEN upset over protesters. Peter Kingston
00:00:2:55 TREATY: Speech by Bishop of Aotearoa promoted biggest reaction. Rt. Rev. Whakahuihui Vercoe. Bishop of Aotearoa
00:00:2:25 TREATY: PM says this government has done more to honour Treaty than any other. Janice Rodenburg i/v Geoffrey Palmer LIVE
00:8:06 TREATY: Geoff Robinson i/v Whakahuihui Vercoe. Bishop of Aotearoa
00:00:4:55 CYCLONE: Devastation in Niue after cyclone Ofa. Tino Pereira i/v Fran Wilde, Associate Foreign Affairs Min.
0727 WEATHER
0730 NEWS & SPORT
00:00:3:05 OPPOSITION caucus meets in Queenstown. Richard Griffin
00:00:1:31 MURDERS in Auckland suburb of Morningside - three dead and two in hospital. Jenny Woods. Ak.
METROPOLITAN PAPERS LIVE
00:0:44 GORBACHEV: Kim Hill i/v Phillip Short. BBC LIVE
00:5:41 BEST SELLERS: Kim Hill i/v Steven Wasserman. Exec. Editor at Doubleday publishers New York.
0800 NEWS/LOCAL BREAKOUT
0810
00:2:41 NURSES 24 hour strike began this morning. Janice Rodenburg Steph Breen (Union) Tim Burns (Priv. Hosp. Assn.) LIVE
00:5:14 NURSES: Kim Hill i/v Dr Alan Grey. Medical Director at Mary Potter Hospital
00:00:1:48 DFC problems made public today. Peter Abernethy LIVE
00:5:36 FUTURES: Geoff Robinson i/v John Damgard, President of Futures Industry Association. Washington.
0830 NEWS
00:00:3:58 TREATY: Protestors amazed there wasn't more security Lois Williams i/v Hone Harawira. Waitangi prot. leader
00:00:0:20 TREATY: Prime Minister objects to protestors style. Janice Rodenburg i/v Geoffrey Palmer. PM.
00:00:1:03 QUEEN conceded that obligations under the Treaty haven't always been met.
00:00:2:37 TREATY: Constitutional law expert comments on Queen's speech. Janice Rodenburg i/v Sir Ken Keith LIVE
00:6:02 BOUGAINVILLE: Geoff Robinson i/v Phil Meyer. New Zealander worked in Bougainville since last June.
00:00:2:15 SWEATING Commission gets underway this morning. Kate Winstanley. Dunedin/Phyllida Bunkle. 1990 Sweat. Comm.
00:00:1:54 SAFRICA: President de Klerk's latest reform measures welcomed by African Nat. Cong. delegation. Subri Govindar
00:00:1:50 YUPPIES leading Aust. into financial decline says major Austn. banker. Phil Kafcaloudes

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Year 1990

Reference number 57355

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Genre Radio news programs
Nonfiction radio programs
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits RNZ Collection
Hill, Kim, 1955-, Presenter
Robinson, Geoff, Presenter
Moody, Graeme, 1951?-2011, Sports presenter
National Radio (N.Z.) (estab. 1986, closed 2007), Broadcaster

Duration 01:57:35

Date 07 Feb 1990

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