TV3 NEWS. 13/06/2005
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Critics of the meningiccocal b vaccine are saying parental consent for the vaccine is based on incomplete information. But in Christchurch where the vaccinations are just now starting consent is over 90%, and the father of a child who suffered from the disease has criticised those against the vaccinations. Jean O'Callaghan (Canterbury District Health Board CEO); Caren Inwood (Concerned Parent); Perry Bisman (Vaccination Supporter).
French Journalist Florence Aubenas and her translator Hussein Hanun al-Saadi have been freed. They had been taken hostage in Iraqi in January.
Ian Wishart, editor of Investigate Magazine, has written an article critical of the Health Ministry's safe sex campaign. He claims condoms do not prevent sexually transmitted diseases. Ian Wishart (Investigate Magazine Editor); Dr Nicky Perkins (Auckland Sexual Health Physician).
There has been a bizarre twist in the Schapelle Corby case with an Indonesian soap star being added to her legal team to lift her public image in the eyes of Indonesians. Anna Tri Hapsari (Actor); Hotman Hutapea (Corby's Lawyer); Lily Lubis (Corby's Lawyer).