EYEWITNESS NEWS. 03/03/1987

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1987
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Rights Information
Year
1987
Reference
F58293
Media type
Moving image
Item unavailable online
Series
EYEWITNESS NEWS
Place of production
New Zealand/Aotearoa
Categories
Television
Duration
1:00:00
Production company
TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND

Current Affairs.

Two reports on the Bay of Plenty earthquakes: i) The Civil Defence operation and the aftermath; ii) an assessment of scientific data on the earthquakes. John Lepper (Civil Defence Controller); Graham Ogilvie (Tasman Director of Operations); Gavin Clements (injured Tasman employee); David Lange (PM); Steve Sherburn (Seismologist); Dr Ian Nairn (Geologist).

South Pacific Forum ministers meeting in Wellington to discuss the situation in New Caledonia. David Lange (Prime Minister).

Government and oil companies accused of dragging the chain on the introduction of unleaded oil. Dr Brian Earl and Dr John Peet (Canterbury University).

New revelations in a British spy scandal. Rupert Allason (Author, Nigel West).

Visit to Australia by Soviet Foreign Minister. Bill Hayden (Australian Foreign Minister).

Soviets latest proposals to eliminate medium-range missiles from Europe. Margaret Thatcher (British PM).

Robert Gates asks for his nomination to the top CIA position to be withdrawn. Howard Baker (White House Chief of Staff); Senator David Boren (Chairperson, Intelligence Committee); Rep. Dick Cheney (Republican, Wyoming).

How much influence does Nancy Reagan wield in the White House? Paul Laxalt (former Senator); Rep. Patricia Schroeder (Democrat, Colorado); Howard Baker (White House Chief of Staff).

Suspected Nazi war criminals in Britain and the trial of “Ivan the Terrible” in Israel.

A church in New York which is selling the air above it for development. Phillip Hess (Chief City Planner); Sheldon Lobel (Solicitor for Peter Kalikow); Father Leonard Freeman (Trinity Parish.