ONE NEWS. 27/04/2004

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Rights Information
Year
2004
Reference
F80908
Media type
Moving image
Item unavailable online
Series
ONE NEWS
Place of production
New Zealand/Aotearoa
Categories
Television
Duration
1:00:00
Production company
TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND

Network News broadcast.

Richard Prebble has resigned as leader of the Act Party. Plus, Labour MP Tariana Turia's future is up in the air after an emotional caucus meeting. Analysis of today's events in politics.Mark Sainsbury (TVNZ Political Editor - live from Parliament); Richard Prebble (Retiring Act Leader); Rodney Hide (Act MP); Ken Shirley (Act Deputy Leader); Helen Clark (PM - Labour); Tariana Turia (Labour MP - speaking on Radio Waatea yesterday); Don Brash (National MP); Ken Mair (Whanganui Iwi).

Thousands of seabed and foreshore protestors have marched over the Auckland Harbour Bridge today as part of a hikoi to Parliament. Titewhai Harawira (Protestor); Tame Iti (Protestor); Wayne McDonald (Transit NZ0; Tini Molyneux (TVNZ Maori Affairs Correspondent - live from Orakei Marae).

A NZ man reported missing in Iraq has told his family he is safe, but it is still unclear where he is.

Former top British diplomats have berated the British PM about his policy on Iraq and told him to start influencing the US Iraq policy or stop backing the US. Oliver Miles (Former British Ambassador to Libya).

A ceasefire agreement in the flashpoint Iraqi town of Fallujah failed to prevent another fire fight today.

Security officials in Jordan say they have prevented a massive chemical bomb attack by Al Qaeda.

China has confirmed it will not allow Hong Kong to hold elections in 2007.

The US porn industry has come to a standstill after two star performers tested HIV positive. Tyler Faith (Porn Actress); Sharon Mitchell (Adult Industry Healthcare Foundation); Michael Hastings (Morality in Media).

Analysis of the hot Council awards, listing the best and worst City Councils around NZ. Jan Beange (Tauranga Mayor); Kerry Prendergast (Wellington Mayor); John Banks (Auckland Mayor); Simon Carlaw (Local Government Forum).

Central Taranaki residents have won the fight to keep their local maternity unit open.