EYEWITNESS NEWS. 08/05/1987

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Current Affairs.

NZ Dairy Board denies a shipment of contaminated milk powder bought from Poland was contaminated by the Chernobyl disaster. Phil Lough (NZ Dairy Board).

Report on AIDS in Africa - reaching epidemic proportions John Tinker (AIDS Researcher); Dr Jonathan Mann (World Health Organisation); Dr Mervyn Silverman (AIDS Research Foundation).

NZ Government is stepping up its campaign against AIDS with a multi-million dollar education programme likely to be launched in three or four months Warren Lindberg (Dir., AIDS Foundation); Dr David Skegg (Epidemiologist, Otago Medical School); Dr Micheal Bassett (Minister of Health).

Federation of Labour's last annual conference - what the FOL has achieved, its history, and what happens to unions now. Ken Finlay (Meatworkers Union); Liz Tennet (Clerical Workers Union); Di Billing (Industrial Commentator).

Reaction to the election result in South Africa Dr Connie Mulder (Conservative Party); Dr Alan Boesak (United Democratic Front); Helen Suzman (Progressive Federal Party); President P.W. Botha.

Ceremony in Hungary to honour a Swedish diplomat who saved many Jews during WWII before disappearing into the Soviet prison system, (Glasnost). Edgar Bronfman (President, World Jewish Council); Sander Kolesza (Hungarian Govt. Press Official); Istvan Sander (TV Anchor); Peter Frank (Essex University).

The position of those living in Siberia

Gary Hart - on the verge of giving up his Presidential attempt Kevin Sweeny (Hart Campaign Press Secretary); Albert Hunt (Wall Street Journal); Jack Nelson (Los Angeles Times); Jim Hampton (Editor, Miami Herald); Jim Dressler (Denver Campaign Worker); Joe Keef (New Hampshire Campaign Worker); Peter Kelly (California Campaign Manager); Dan Penny (Comedy Writer.

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Year 1987

Reference number F92670

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Series EYEWITNESS NEWS

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Television

Duration 1:00:00

Production company TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND

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