6.30 NEWS. 21/07/1985
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Bomb explodes in Jehovah’s Witness church in Sydney. One man is dead and several people injured in the explosion which demolished half of the church.
NZ Detectives working the sinking the Rainbow Warrior have arrived in Noumea to investigate the missing yacht “Ovea” suspected of having a connection with the bombing of the Greenpeace ship. Meanwhile Navy divers continue to recover items from the sunken vessel prior to refloating it.
Private search undertaken for three missing Bluff fisherman . The search was undertaken by relatives around the Solander Islands after the official search was abandoned when an oil slick was discovered in the area where the fishing boat disappeared.
State of emergency has been declared in parts of South Africa following a wave of arson and violence.
Italian dam collapse. One survivor found in mud 18 hours after the disaster.
The village of Strada in the Dolomites was destroyed by a wall of mud and water following the dam collapse after heavy rain. The search for more survivors and bodies continues
Eight surviving Vietnamese refugees out of a group of 24 have been rescued from a small boat near the Japanese city of Kagoshima.
Auckland Maori Council has decided to remain with its parent body of the NZ Maori Council . The Auckland Council’s discontent with the NZ Council has been simmering for years and it came to head with the re-election of its head Graham Latimer. The discontent is over dominance of the rural conservative elements on the NZ Council over the large urban-based Maori population of Auckland.