TV3 NATIONAL NEWS. 28/10/1990

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TV3’s daily news bulletin recorded off-air, including news, sport, weather and commercial breaks.

Auckland police conduct two inquiries into the shooting of 28 year old man by a police officer last night after the man pointed a shotgun at the officer. The man remains in hospital.
Speakers: Detective Chief Inspector Peter Ward (Auckland Police), Delany Spencer (Eyewitness).

The National Party wins a landslide general election victory overnight winning 68 of 97 electorates, giving them a national parliamentary majority of 40 seats. Prime Minister Elect Jim Bolger arrives in Wellington to begin work. Reporter Sean Plunket in Wellington.
Speakers: Jim Bolger (Prime Minister Elect).

The New Zealand Labour Party promises to be a strong opposition party despite the loss of several senior ministers including Bill Jefferies, Annette King and Phil Goff in last night’s election defeat.
Speakers: Mike Moore (Outgoing Prime Minister), Ruth Dyson (Labour Party President).

New Labour Party leader Jim Anderton makes New Zealand political history by retaining the Sydenham electorate seat in last night’s general election, and predicts there will never again be a Labour Party government in New Zealand.
Speakers: Jim Anderton (New Labour Party Leader).

Commercial Break: Champ dog food (“Champ for my best friend”), Student Job Search (“We can do it”), Archie 286 business computer, “Larger Than Life” and “Col’n Carpenter” comedy hour promo.

Great Britain defeat Australia 19-12 in the first test of the Ashes rugby league series at Wembley Stadium in London, England.

New Zealand All Blacks defeat the French Barbarians 23-13 in Agen, France.

New Zealand ties with the United States for second place in the World Amateur Team Championships golf tournament in Christchurch, won by Sweden.

Commercial Break: Dishwasher Sun detergent, Fresh Up apple juice (“It’s got to be good for you”), Selleys All Clear waterproof sealant, Colemans Mellow & Mild mustard sauce (“Take A Walk On The Mild Side”).

3 National Weather, sponsored by Dishwasher Sun.

A shipment of a heritage breed of shire horses arrive in Auckland to live in a rare breeds farm here after a month long sea journey from England.
Speakers: Colin Lee (Owner).

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Year 1990

Reference number F101956

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image


Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Television

Duration 0:14:30

Production company TV3

Viewing locations Digital file available to view at medialibrary, Wellington

Credits Newsreader: Neil Waka
Reporter: Bob McNeil
Reporter: Sean Plunket
Reporter: Penny Deans
Reporter: Mark Jennings
Reporter: Kevin Gearey
Reporter: Tony Ciprian