ONE NETWORK NEWS. 12/01/1991

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Tomorrow Deputy Prime Minister Don McKinnion and Defence Minister Warren Cooper leave for Fiji. It is hoped to resurrect New Zealand’s (pre coup) warm relations with Fiji, Speaker: Don McKinnon (Deputy Prime Minister)

A Green Peace activist, arrested last month in Mururoa, has called for a full scientific review of what is happening to the atoll. Oceanographer Norm Buske says some samples taken as far as 12 miles from the test site show radio active leakage. Speaker: Norm Buske, (Oceanographer)

More than 50 police searched, with dogs and divers today, for a seriously wounded man in Motueka.

A Hastings man plans to import one of the worlds fiercest guard dogs. Paul Nieilson’s purchase of two Brazilian Fila hunting dog pups from Sydney could lead to trouble. Speakers: Michael Laws, (Hawkes Bay MP), Paul Nielson (Dog Breeder)

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Year 1991

Reference number F102574

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image


Genre Television

Duration 0:30:00

Production company Television New Zealand

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Credits Presenter: Tom Bradley
Presenter: Jeremy Coney
Reporter: Richard Harmon
Reporter: Ansley Torbit
Reporter: Carol Hirschfeld

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