ONE NEWS. 27/02/2004
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A woman who says she was indecently assaulted by a former judge says he paid her hush money. Gail Nielson (Alleged Victim); Margaret Wilson (Attorney General); Judith Collins (National MP).
The parents of a dead four month old baby boy have been charged with failing to provide the necessities of life. They chose to pray over him when he became ill, instead of seeking medical help.
Former UK Cabinet Minister Clare Short has alleged that the British Government authorised the United Nations Secretary General's office to be bugged. Clare Short (Former British Cabinet Minister); Tony Blair (British PM); Fred Eckhart (Kofi Annan's Spokesman).
The Maori Education Trust which hands out scholarships for Maori says it has become the first victim of the Government's race relations review. Pita Sharples (Maori Education Trust Chair); Helen Clark (PM - Labour).
Jailed refugee Ahmed Zaoui has been in court again today - his lawyers want to question the SIS Inspector General about comments he made about refugees in The Listener.
An American woman has died from a heart attack while watching a gruelling scene from Mel Gibson's film "The Passion of the Christ". Debbie Blanton (Witness).
Other NZ industries are riding the wave of success generated by the NZ film industry in the build-up to the Academy Awards. Neale Fraser (Grace Restaurant); Oliver Vermeiren (Avant Garde); Trelise Cooper (Fashion Designer); Mike McLelland (Best of NZ); Carole Vivier (Canadian Film Maker); Sue Thompson (NZ Film Unit).
Analysis of new figures showing a rapidly rising HIV epidemic in NZ. Michael Stevens (HIV Positive); Racael Le Mesurier (Aids Foundation).
The race to become the Democratic challenger to the US President in the 2004 Presidential election is hotting up. John Kerry (Democrat Candidate); John Edwards (Democrat Contender); Bobby Salter (Plains, Georgia Voter); James Marshall (Plains, Georgia Voter); Jake Cartwright (Plains, Georgia Voter).
The NZ Trade Minister has met with the US Trade Representative again to put our case forward for a free trade agreement with the US. Jim Sutton (Trade Minister).