ONE 6PM NEWS / FRONTLINE. 01/11/1992

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ONE NETWORK NEWS

News, Sport and Weather.

Main Stories:
It will be a critical test of the Government’s popularity and National is pulling out all the stops. The Wellington Central by-election is still six weeks away, but today Government heavyweights were out in force in the electorate as National’s candidate officially launched her campaign. Speakers: Pauline Gardiner (National Candidate, Wgtn Central), Jim Bolger (Prime Minister).

New, tougher gun laws come into effect today. Among the changes are photos on gun licenses and more stringent checks on people with semi-automatic weapons. However, Police won’t be able to enforce the new laws for at least a fortnight. Speaker: Inspector Phil Gubb (Firearms Licensing Co-ordinator).

A nationwide firearms amnesty begins today.

American nuns killed in Liberia.

Car bomb at Downing Street, London.

New Zealand’s first gay and lesbian centre officially opened in Auckland today. The moment that a small dedicated group has worked towards for six years was marked with a party. Speakers: Jo Crowley (Isherwood Trust Spokesperson), Linda Topp, Allan Reid.

Other Stories:
Hundreds of women gathered at Auckland Railway Station to pull a train weighing nearly 300 tonnes.

A collection of unusual Hawke’s Bay wines were auctioned as a fundraiser for a hospice in Hastings.

A reunion is being held involving people from around the world who took part in the first United Nations peacekeeping force in Cyprus 25 years ago. Speakers: Ross Beer (Australian Contingent), Snr Sergeant Evan Jordan (Reunion Organiser).

Downhill race car sprints are being held at the top of The Remarkables, near Queenstown, this weekend. Speakers: Roger McKay (Driver), Trevor Parmenter (Driver).

Sport:
NZ versus Zimbabwe one day cricket match.

Wallabies versus Ireland rugby union test match.

Fiji versus NZ Maori rugby union match in Suva. Speaker: Bill Bush (Maori Coach).

Silver Ferns versus East Region netball match.

NZ Post Cycle Classic.

Veandercross has had the ideal build-up to next week’s Melbourne Cup. Speakers: Shane Dye (Jockey), John Wheeler (Trainer).

Kiwi America’s Cup skipper Rod Davis is racing in the Hewlett Packard Keelboat Championships. Speakers: Rod Davis, Gayle Melrose, Mark Christensen.

Two very different British celebrities have arrived in New Zealand: Julian Cleary and Michael Caine.

Weather.

FRONTLINE

“The Hole Story”.

The ozone layer. It’s the shield that protects us from the sun’s ultraviolet rays. As most of us know it’s got a hole in it and it’s getting bigger, and the experts tell us it will only get worse before it gets better. Even if we stop using all ozone eating chemicals today the effects of thousands of tonnes already in the atmosphere will be active for a century from now. In a couple of weeks the hole in the ozone will break up and parts of that ozone deprived air may head towards New Zealand. A report from the Antarctic where scientists continue to monitor the hole that could have a devastating effect on all our lives.

Speakers: Kirsty Hamilton (Greenpeace), Dr Tom Clarkson (Atmospheric Scientist), Sylvia Nichol (Atmospheric Scientist), Dr Carlo Valenti (Italian Scientist), Dr Bryan Johnson (University of Wyoming), Lindsey Roke (Fisher & Paykel), Rob Storey (Environment Minister).

“President Clinton?”

An special two part report on the United States presidential campaign of Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton.

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Year 1992

Reference number F211978

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Series ONE NEWS

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Television

Duration 1:31:22

Production company Television New Zealand

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