EYEWITNESS NEWS. 06/06/1985
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(Preceeded by 25th anniversary of television introduction by Rosalind Moore (NZBC1964-74).
Police shoot and kill Kevin David Fox in Gore. Fox had just shot and killed his wife Donna Teresa during a stand-off with police following an extortion attempt in Gore’s main street.
Trading banks to reform system of providing overdrafts to companies. Interviews: Max Bradford (Bankers’ Association).
Activist group Women Against Pornography accuse the police of provoking violent confrontation at their protests.
Report on how GST is to be applied to financial services (loans, mortgages and credit facilities). Interview: Phil Chronican (economist).
Studio discussion in response to claims that violence against gays will increase if the Homosexual Law Reform Bill is not passed. Speakers: Dr Don McMorland (Reform Bill advocate), Barry Reed (Campaign to Oppose Homosexual Law Reform).
Excerpt from Australian chat show in which Allison Durbin,expatriate NZ TV star, talks about her heroin addiction.
Reference number F82516
Collection Film and Video Collection
Media type Moving Image
Series EYEWITNESS NEWS
Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA
Production company TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND
Presenter: Philip Sherry
Presenter: Angela D'Audney