ONE NEWS. 11/10/2007
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Nearly 200,000 households will be offered money to make their homes more energy efficient in a plan outlined by the Government today. Guyon Espiner (Political Editor); Helen Clark (Prime Minister); Michael Cullen (Finance Minister); Kris Faafoi (One News).
There is a claim that Former US Vice-President Al Gore's documentary An Inconvenient Truth could break British Education Laws.
A report into Police Standards has shown that despite recent bad publicity and a lower standard of police recruits, graduates are up to scratch. Dave George (Report Author).
Christchurch City Council has announced a new deal with a private company to build new Civic Offices, but the deal is being criticised for being rushed through ahead of local body elections. Megan Woods (Christchurch Mayoral Candidate); Bob Parker (Current Councillor and Mayoral Candidate); Helen Broughton (Christchurch City Councillor).
The National Party wants to look at private ownership of schools but the Labour Party is opposed to the concept. In Australia, private business ownership of some schools is a reality. Beryl Jamieson (NSW Education Department); Bob Carr (Former New South Wales Premier.