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Report of the Gulf War.
14 Afghan refugees who have been in custody for weeks are free tonight as officials decide they are no threat to security. Over the next few weeks they will be pursuing applications for full refugee status.
Trade Minister Philip Burdon has been asked to investigate language school collapses involving nearly 2 million dollars paid by perspective students. Help is on the way for 10 Chinese students stranded by the collapse of a language school in Auckland.
The defense has begun outlining its case in the Peter Plumley-Walker case. Defense Council suggest Plumley-Walker had health problems that contributed to his death. Leading heart specialist Sir Brian Barrett-Boys says coronary failure was the most likely cause of death.
Democratic Leader Garry Knapp has lost his bid to get back into the mystery envelope business. Knapp along with his partner has been found not fit to hold a promoters license.
Prime Minister Jim Bolger says an All Black tour to South Africa next year is unlikely as the Republic still has along way to go before it is racially integrated. Speakers: Ross Meurant (National MP); John Banks, (Sports Minister); Jim Bolger, (Prime Minister); Dick Cutbert, (HART)
The Christchurch Floral Festival started today.
Belinda Todd reports from the Franklin town and country show.