Morning report. 1996-09-30

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0600 Headlines/News/Sports Bulletin/short weather forecast
0608 News in Māori
0614 Headlines/Paper Report
0618 Rural News
0630 News Update
0640 Report from our Mana News team
0645 Pacific Regional News : Ex RNZ International
0650 Business and financial news. David Jones
0700 NEWS POLICE ASSAULT - 2 Levin police officers attacked, apparently with axe, and left bleeding on street. Both now in WN Hospital. District Supt Mark Lammas says pair carrying out routine inquiries when attacked. (Tracy Simpson) ISRAELI PM Netanyahu and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat to visit Washington in effort to end recent violence. 55 Palestinians and 14 Israelis have died in 5 days of clashes over opening of archaeological tunnel near Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem. Live i/v with correspondent Robert Berger. FOODBANKS - number closed throughout country this week as part of national camapign to highlight "deficiencies" in social welfare system. Foodbank organiser feel they're filling in for system that's unable or unwilling to cope with needs of poor. (Claire Silvester) ELECTION CAMPAIGN - PM Jim Bolger tells Australian investors to wait until after election before making decisions about NZ investment in case the "Loony policies" of the left win election. Latest One Network News-Colmar Brunton poll illegible, Labour Party in 2nd place with NZ First dropping to 4th. Live i/v with Political editor Karen Fisher.
0730 NEWS/WEATHER/SPORTS CATHOLIC SCHOOLS - secondary teachers critical of govt plans to fund expansion. PPTA president Martin Cooney claims plans to increase taxpayer funding to at least $373 million over next 10 years are well advanced but Br Pat Lynch, Assn of Proprietors of Integrated Schools, says plans are no secret. Both i/ved live. POLICE ASSAULT - Gay Cavill reports live from Levin. AFGHANISTANT - Taleban rebel group consolidates hold on capital Kabul and announces introduction of strict Islamic law in areas under its control. Former communist leader executed, forces loyal to ousted govt dug in outside capital. (BBC); live i/v with NZer Bob McKerrow, who's just returned from almost 3 eyars in Kabul as head of International Committee of Red Cross mission. BOB DYLAN nominated for Nobel Literature prize. Group of Norwegian fans get nomination officially lodged by American literature professor Gordon Ball, Virginia Military Inst. He's i/ved live. FINANCE - money markets latest with David Jones.
0800 NEWS/WEATHER POLICE ASSAULT - Levin police speaking to one man and looking for another re axe assault on 2 officers. Live i/v with Police Assn president Greg Connor. INVESTMENT - leading Australian economist Chris Richardson says Australian investors don't need to be told to delay investing in NZ until after election. He's i/ved live. PAPERS/ASPAC HEADLINES RIVERLANDS - reconciliation service in Eltham. What did it achieve? Live i/v with Rev Steve Turfrey. ELECTION CAMPAIGN - Health issue profile. Comment from PM Jim Bolger, Health minister Jenny Shipley, Labour leader Helen Clark, NZ First candidate Jenny Bloxham, Alliance candidate Philida Bunkle. (Marie Hosking) MONDAY OZ SPOT - live i/v with correspondent Phil Kafcaloudes. (Port Arthur gunman to appear in court today)
0830 NEWS/SPORTS N.Z. RUGBY could be about to learn true cost of professionalism, as NZ likely to become hunting ground for wealthy northern hemisphere clubs following English rugby union's decision to scrap 6 month qualification rule. (Stephen Hewson) ELECTRICITY MARKET deregulated this week. Govt imposed price cap is lifted tomorrow and ECNZ and Contact Energy begin direct competition. Comment from Consumers Inst head David Russell. (Bronwen Evans); South Island manufacturers illegible about possibility of fluctuation prices. Live i/v with Michael illegible, Canterbury Manufacturers' Assn. ELECTORATE PROFILE - Wellington Central. Comment from Labour's Alick Shaw, ACT's Richard Prebble, National's Mark Thomas, and Nick Haden, Libertarianz. (Bryan Crump) LONDON BRIDGE - Royal Academy of Arts unveils plan to build inhabited bridge across Thames, first since 1770. Live i/v with curator Peter Murray. POLICE ASSAULT - live i/v with District Supt Mark Lammas.

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Year 1996

Reference number 58966

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Ngā Taonga Korero Collection

Genre Radio news programs
Nonfiction radio programs
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits RNZ Collection
Robinson, Geoff, Presenter
Hosking, Mike, Presenter
Walley, Allan, Editor
Acton, Graeme, Producer
Dewhurst, Andrew, Sports presenter
National Radio (N.Z.) (estab. 1986, closed 2007)

Duration 02:04:00

Date 30 Sep 1996

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