ONE NEWS. 14/11/2005
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Tuariki John Delamere has been in court today charged with immigration fraud. Tuariki Delamere (Former Immigration Minister).
Results of a banking customer satisfaction survey. Voxpop; Sam Knowles (Kiwibank Chief Executive); Karen Sinner (Finsec Campaigns Director); Richard Brooke (Auckland University Business School).
A Christchurch boss says he is prepared to let God be his judge for refusing to pay an unjustifiably sacked worker thousands of dollars he owes her. He refuses on religious and moral grounds. Ian Thompson (Employment Lawyer); Joanna Penny (Fashion Design Consultant).
Accusations have been levelled at two helicopter pilots that they stole hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of greenstone. Robin Bates (Crown Solicitor).
One of the would-be suicide bombers in Jordan's capital was part of a husband and wife team. She has appeared on Jordanian television explaining her motivation and her part in the attack. Terror experts agree that the profile of would-be terrorists is changing. King Abdulah of Jordan.
A British man who tested positive for HIV three years ago has been told he no longer has the virus. Has his own immune system beaten the virus? Andrew Stimson (Former HIV Patient); Patrick Dixon (AIDS Agency); Genevieve Clark (Terrence Higgins Trust).
Foreign Minister Winston Peters is in South Korea for the APEC summit. Phil Goff (Trade Minister); Jim Sutton (Trade Negotiations Minister).
NCEA Scholarship exams began today and all involved there will be no marking scandals similar to last year. Chris Crompton (PE Scholarship Student); Karen Goodall (Wellington High School); Karen Sewell (NZQA); voxpop (students).
Cable Bay locals have abandoned their protest on the beach, believing they have won the battle. Reece Burgoyne (Local Kaumatua).