EYE WITNESS NEWS. TUESDAY 07/10/1986

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News and Current Affairs.

Main Stories:
Self-styled cancer therapist Milan Brych is back in the country. Speaker: Milan Brych.

A major fight is brewing between Air New Zealand and the consortium that will run the country’s second airline, Ansett, next year.
Speakers: Richard Prebble (Minister of Transport), Ross MacPherson (Editor, Wings Magazine), Norman Geary (Chief Executive, Air NZ), John Mulcair (General Manager, East/West Airlines), Sir Peter Abeles (Joint Chief Executive, Ansett).

A damages claim is being brought against the United States Navy by relatives of the seventeen flight crew who died in the Air NZ Mount Erebus crash in 1979. The families are claiming that Navy air traffic controllers in Antarctica were negligent.
Speaker: Time Cook (US Lawyer).

United States nuclear testing.

America’s Cup results and highlights.

Suzanne Prentice is New Zealand’s Entertainer of the Year for 1986.

News Summary:
The Federation of Labour and other key unions have failed in a last minute bid to stop a six percent settlement in the wage rounds first significant award. The Drivers’ Union has settled for this amount, despite fears it may drag down other wage claims. Speakers: Jim Knox (FOL President).

Crippled Soviet submarine.

Build up to USSR-United States Summit.

Syrian sponsored terrorism.

There has been more violence at Auckland's Paremoremo Prison.

Finance news.

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Year 1986

Reference number F132036

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Series EYEWITNESS NEWS

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Television

Duration 0:55:49

Production company TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND

Viewing locations Digital file available to view at medialibrary, Wellington

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