EYEWITNESS NEWS. 20/02/1987
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The first Greenpeace pictures from Antarctica, and allegations that McMurdo station is a running sore due to irresponsible rubbish dumping. Peter Wilkinson (Greenpeace).
The Justice Dept sacks the lawyer who was investigating the collapse of the Waitiki Tourist Development ltd project in the far north Matiu Rata (Chairperson, Muriwhenua Inc); Keith Peterson (Lawyer); Tom Parore (Director, Māori Affairs Northland); David Oughton (Secretary of Justice).
President Reagan and Irangate - just how much did he know? Senator David Durenburger (Former Chairperson, Intelligence Cttee).
Poland gets an economic boost - the US drops sanctions Jerzy Urban (Polish Government Spokesperson); Lech Walesa (Polish Solidarity Leader).
Results of the Irish elections and implications. Charles Haughey (Fianna Fail Leader); Garret Fitzgerald (Fina Fael Leader).
A breakthrough in research on Alzheimer's disease
The Queen meets experts on AIDS
Three separate reports, the first dealing with segregated beaches and moves to change the laws; the second looks at the army and the number of young white South Africans who are dodging the draft; and the last looks at Pretoria's rejection of plans by Ndaba, a multiracial working group, for a joint administration for Natal and Kwazulu Dawn Ingles (End Conscription); Dr Ivan Thoms (End Conscription); Mike Phillips (South African Draft dodger); Chief Mangosotho Buthelezi (Zulu Chief); Chris Saunders (Chairperson, Tongaat Hulett Sugar Group); Francis Kumalo.