ONE NEWS. 14/03/2006
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Complainant Louise Nicholas has broken down while giving evidence in an historical rape case involving three former Rotorua police officers. John Stewart (Reporting from High Court, Auckland).
Labour says it has the dirt on some National MPs but so far it has chosen not to use the material. Michael Cullen (Acting PM); Judith Collins (National MP); Ruth Dyson (Acting Social Development Minister).
A petition calling for women with early breast cancer to be given the drug Herceptin is on its way to Parliament. Anne Hayden (Petition Organiser); Karen Rutherford (Reporting from Auckland); Dr Peter Moodie (Pharmac).
A Christchurch scientist who says there is evidence that homosexuality is genetic is calling on couples to be informed if their sperm donor is gay. Frank Sin (Geneticist); Jack Heinemann (Geneticist); Steve Attwood (AIDS Foundation).
The judge has halted the sentencing trial of Zacharius Moussaoui, the only man charged in connection with the September 11 terrorist bombings, while she decides whether to rule out the death penalty. Plus there have been protests over the 9/11 memorial in New York, which will be built underground. Tim Wilson (Reporting from New York); Rosemary Cain (9/11 Memorial Protestor).