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New Zealand’s chances of hosting the Cricket World Cup look slim tonight due to the anti smoking law prohibiting sporting events being sponsored by tobacco companies. Cricket authorities were hoping for an exception to be made. Speakers; Peter McDermott, (NZ Cricket Chairman); Simon Upton, (Health Minister); Deidre Kent, (ASH); Ken Gray, (Health Sponsorship Council).
A nineteen year old man is in hospital after a shooting in Christchurch tonight. The armed offenders squad surrounded a house in the suburb of Belfast but the man shot himself in the head.
Defence spending could be a casualty of the July budget as the government is looking to trim 400 million dollars over the next 3 years. Speaker: Kevin Hackwell, (Just Defence)
Firefighters and a mountain rescue teem came to the aid of a father and son trapped 130 metres up a cliff in an Auckland quarry tonight.
A man fell from a central city building in Auckland and was treated for suspected broken bones.
Auckland detectives are investigating the death of a women in a fire on Great Barrier Island.
On the Kapiti Coast the joint venture between a Chinese Development Company and local interests has begun. Stage one is a 5 million dollar housing project and the Chinese may invest a further 60 million.
Gary Freeman talks with Clint Brown about being dropped from the Balmain first team
A cat is reunited with its owner, 8 months after jumping ship in the Hauraki Gulf. Speaker: James Simpson, (Cat Owner)