6.30 NEWS. 12/02/1985

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Year
1985
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Rights Information
Year
1985
Reference
F61371
Media type
Moving image
Item unavailable online
Series
6:30 NEWS
Place of production
New Zealand/Aotearoa
Categories
Television
Duration
0:28:50
Production company
TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND
Credits
Presenter: Louise Joyce
Presenter: Richard Long

News, current affairs, sport, and weather

Main News:
Two cases of Aids have been reported in the last week. One sufferer went into remission while a passenger on the QE2 and is now in Auckland Hospital.
Severe fire at the Taurus plastic company buildings in Auckland. 80 fire engines required.
National Party attack the Government’s antinuclear stance and promises to return New Zealand to previous ANZAS position.
Policed are concerned at the proliferation of weapons within Dunedin based gangs.
Ten members of a teenage brass band from Tonga have disappeared in Auckland and are now classed as overstayers.
Jewish Council is protesting at the choice of The Merchant of Venice for Fiesta 85 because of the anti-Semitic nature of the play.