ONE NEWS. 04/12/2003
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National MP Shane Ardern has had disorderly conduct charges against him dropped, but the Opposition are still wanting to know who pushed for the charges to proceed.
Shane Ardern (National MP); Graham Thomas (Police Prosecutions Manager); Gerry Brownlee (National Deputy Leader).
Tough new regulations aimed at fixing leaky building syndrome is likely to cost some Auckland homeowners thousands of dollars.
Geoffrey Wong (Owner's Brother); David Hay (Auckland City Deputy Mayor); Greg O'Sullivan (Prendos); Paul Grimshaw (Leaky Building Litigator).
The Reserve Bank has shied away from raising interest rates due to a rising NZ$.
Robyn Simmons (Home Buyer); Ian Paterson (Just Paterson); Alan Bollard (Reserve Bank Governor); Brendan O'Donovan (WestpacTrust Chief Economist); Geoff Romijn (Tawa College).
HIV sufferers are accusing Pharmac of ignoring their plight by refusing to subsidise their drugs.
Matt Whyte (Aids Sufferer); Richard Meech (HIV Specialist); Wayne McNee (Pharmac Chief Executive); Annette King (Health Minister).
Train drivers are calling for action to prevent level crossing accidents.
Murray Dunlop (Train Driver); Kirsty MacNab (Rail Transport Union); Andy Knackstedt (Land Transport Safety Authority).
There is a call for a plan to deal with genetic testing that can measure susceptibility to some diseases.
Linda Holloway (National Health Committee); Vance Arkinstall (Investment Savings and Insurance Association).
A skeleton has raised cultural concerns at Northland College.
Boyce Davey (Northland College Principal); Richard Faull (Auckland School of Medicine Anatomist).
Analysis of sweeping employment law changes which were announced today.
Marietta Tia (Resthome Worker); Simon Carlaw (Business NZ); Don Brash (National Leader); Margaret Wilson (Labour Minister).