ONE NEWS. 12/07/2004
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Some Tainui leaders have called on Labour MP Nanaia Mahuta to switch allegiance to the new Maori Party or risk losing their support at the next election.Tuku Morgan (Tainui Trust Chairman); Helen Clark (PM); Harry Mikaire (Tainui Waka Alliance Chairman); Nanaia Mahuta (Labour MP).
The Christchurch City Council's submission on the Government's proposed Seabed and Foreshore Bill has been very critical, labeling the proposed legislation as unnecessary, and public consultation around it as inadequate. Denis O'Rourke (Christchurch City Councillor); Russell Fairbrother (Fisheries Select Committee); Mark Solomon (Mgai Tahu).
A Tuvaluan man needing life-saving dialysis treatment faces expulsion from NZ for a second time after beating his wife. Senee Niusila (dialysis patient); Teremoana Niusila (Senee's wife); Reverend Suamalie Iosefa (Auckland Tuvaluan Society); Arron Baker (Immigration Service).
A Varroa mite scare is adversely affecting the South Island bee industry. Doug Horne (beekeeper); Geoff Hantz (Bee Industry Group); Paul Bolger (Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries).
Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is blaming a World Court ruling that’s its West Bank security barrier is illegal for the first bombing within its borders for nearly three months.
Asian leaders are being warned by the UN of an AIDS explosion across the region. Suthep (AIDS sufferer); Kofi Annan (UN Secretary-General).
A visiting US dyslexia expert, Ron Davies, outlines a treatment that may help the up to 200,000 NZers who struggle with dyslexia. Rachel Palma (dyslexia sufferer); Kerrie Palma (dyslexia sufferer); Ron Davies (US dyslexia expert).