3 NATIONAL NEWS. 04/04/1990
- Media type
- Moving image
Item unavailable online
Ask to use material, get more information or tell us about an item
Angry scenes as police and anti-mining protesters clash on Coromandel Peninsula
Jail riot at Strangeways Prison, Manchester, UK: A hardcore holds out as a death is confirmed
New Zealand’s Commonwealth Games sensation Nikki Jenkins on the tourist trail in Moscow.
Also (in NZ-related items):
Negotiations on police superannuation are to resume in Wellington. Meanwhile an increasing number of police cells are nearing full capacity.
Aluminium, commonly added to NZ water supplies, is proving to be a health problem for kidney patients. Aluminium, is widely used to clarify water, but doctors say it can kill people who are on dialaysis machines.
Legionnaires' Disease: Three more workers at Transport House in Christchurch have been found to be infected by the air-conditioning system.
Auckland police say they’ve broken a major pornographic video racket.
NZ band the Warratahs has run into a spot of bother in Australia. Some of their instruments have gone missing and a reward is offered.
3 National Sport with Eric Young.
National weather with Belinda Todd