EYEWITNESS NEWS 24/05/1985
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Heavy security at Eden Park for the 2nd test
Barbed around field to stop anti tour protesters invading field during Auckland/England match tomorrow.
Former PM and National leader Sir Robert Muldoon given standing ovation for his controversial speech criticising the National party hierachy.
Nuclear free legislation delay
Prime Minister Lange admits possibilty of anti-NZ backlash.
Strike threat at freezing works
FOL says industrial action follows the employers’ refusal to accept a mediation proposal by the Minister of labour.
Medical crisis - junior doctors withdraw from negotiations. They have agreed to go on strike if arbitration fails.
Public rallies supporting homosexual law reform.
Six members of sinking catamaran rescued.
Proposed GST legislation
Threshold of turnover exemption .
Homosexual law reform
Effect on spread of AIDs. Interview with Dr David Cooper AIDS specialist.
Big issues : the Government’s hard line economic policies and the drought.
Fighting between Palestinians and Shiites in Lebanon.
Reference number F81839
Collection Film and Video Collection
Media type Moving Image
Series EYEWITNESS NEWS
Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA
Production company TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND
Viewing locations Digital file available to view at medialibrary, Wellington