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The job of negotiating Treaty of Waitangi claims goes to Justice Minister Doug at the expense of Maori Affairs Minister Winston Peters. The Cabinet felt there would be conflict in holding the two jobs. Speakers: Winston Peters, (Maori Affairs Minister); Doug Graham, (Justice Minister); Dr Tekotahi Mahuta, (Tainui Spokesperson)
In the US the trial has begun for New Zealander Moana Cole who is facing up to 15 years in jail for infiltrating a US Air Base and damaging a B52 bomber.
Speakers: Ciaron O’Reilly, (Co-accused); Dr Gordon Beadle, (Protest Opponent); Moana Cole, (Peace Activist).
A stink bomb was tossed into the French Ambassadors office today. The group that claimed responsibility says it is disappointed with the governments lack of protest against the latest French nuclear tests at Mururoa Atoll.
Defence spending was again cut with the release of the 1991 White Paper review. The review recommends closer ties with our Allies.
DB hotels in Christchurch have stepped up security tonight after another suspected arson attack. last night the newly renovated Ziggys was guttered.
Young violinist Sarah McCracken needs 150 thousand dollars after being accepted into a prestigious British school.
War Correspondent Peter Arnett has returned to New Zealand. After 30 years of covering conflicts Arnett is taking a year off to write a book. Speaker: Peter Arnett, (War Correspondent).
A seeing eye dog had a lucky escape in Rotorua today after being set on by a pit bull terrier in the middle of town.
Rob Guest returns from Australia to perform in La Miserables. Speaker: Rob Guest, (Performer).
Stephen Christensen takes a look at West Auckland’s twin peaks.