TV3 NEWS. 18/10/2004
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Update on the allegations of financial impropriety surrounding John Tamihere and the Waipareira Trust.Duncan Garner (3 News - live); Michael Cullen (Acting Prime Minister).
Update on Prime Minister Helen Clark's official visit to India. The controversy surrounding John Tamihere has overshadowed the trip to quite some extent. Helen Clark (Prime Minister).
Junior doctors have threatened a 6-day strike early next month in support of their negotiations for better pay and working conditions.
Report on further violence in Iraq.
A US Army Reserve Unit is under investigation for refusing orders to undertake 'convoy duty' in Iraq.
Britain is expected to agree to a US request to send some of their troops into Fallujah, where US troops are stretched.
Report on China's efforts to combat its escalating AIDS problem.
The Commerce Commission has recommended that Telecom and Vodafone be forced to lower the amounts they charge each other for use of their respective mobile phone networks. It comes in the wake of an OECD report showing NZ has the 4th or 5th highest mobile Osmond Borthwick (Commerce Commission); Ernie Newton (Telecommunications Users Association); David Sullivan (Finance Director, Vodafone); Bruce Parks (General Manager, Government Relations, Telecom).