ONE NEWS. 27/10/2007
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New Zealand First has finally agreed to pay back the money it was found to have overspent at the last election, but leader Winston Peters claims he is not pleased to be doing so.
The Maori Party's annual conference has been overshadowed by the criticism of recent police anti-terror raids, with claims that the raids have set back race relations in New Zealand by 100 years. Hannah Hodson (One News); Tariana Turia (Maori Party Co-Leader); Moana Jackson (Lawyer); Te Ururoa Flavell (Maori Party MP); Pita Sharples (Maori Party Co-Leader).
There have been more protests over the recent anti-terror raids throughout the country by police. John Minto (Protester); Dr Maria Bargh (Protester).
New Zealand First has finally agreed to pay back the money it was found to have overspent at the last election, but leader Winston Peters claims he is not pleased to be doing so. Kris Faafoi (One News); Winston Peters (New Zealand First Leader).
Turkey is edging closer to a full scale military assault on Kurdish separatists in Northern Iraq. The tension is adding to a surge in the price of oil.
The War in Iraq is having an affect on the Australian Election, with the former Australian Senior Officer in Iraq now running for office and accusing the Australian Government of gross negligence. Colonel Mike Kelly (Australian Labor Candidate); Antony Green (Election Analyst); Garth Bray (Australian Correspondent).
US Democratic Presidential Candidate Nominee has celebrated her birthday at the same time she was attacked by Republican Candidates. Senator Hillary Clinton (Democratic Presidential Candidate); Mitt Romney (Republican Presidential Candidate); John McCain (Republican Presidential Candidate); Trent Duffy (Republican Strategist.