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Pray for peace says United Nations Secretary General Perez de Cuellar as Baghdad peace talks fail. Saddam Hussein insists Kuwait is part of Iraq.
Speaker: Yasser Arafat: (PLO Chairman), Moshe Arens, (Israeli Defense Minister)
New Zealand medics receive word they will be leaving for the Gulf in a few days.
Around the world protests for peace are being held. Speaker: Trace Hodgson, (Peace Activist)
Soviet tanks roll into Lithuania and the world condemns the Kremlin.
Lithuanians in New Zealand plan their protest strategy. Speaker: Victor Duoba (Spokesman)
Two Auckland women are staying with a community support group after they were found living in a house full of rubbish. They are to be given counseling. Speaker Dick Reilly: (Housing Corporation)
A body has been found in the Motueka double shooting. A 34 year old man is likely to face a murder charge.
Protesters, fighting benefit cuts, stormed an employment service office in Christchurch today demanding jobs. In Dunedin protesters are threatening similar action. In Timaru, Doug Wilson is repeating his welfare walk to Parliament to support Matthew Britten who is on day 14 of a hunger strike.
Auckland’s 10 day Summerama festival has gone broke after only 3 days.
Rachel Hunter talks about her marriage to Rod Stewart. Speaker Rachel Hunter, (model)
Oscar Kightley meets a MC Hammer clone at the Site night club in Auckland. Speaker: Ziggy Tanuvasa (MC Hammer clone)
Madonna’s lyrics offend some Jews. Speaker: Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Simon Wiesenthal Centre. Speaker: Madonna (Musician)
Surfer Pauline Pullman attempts to win her sixth national title. Speaker: Pauline Pullman (Surfer)
Reference number F103097
Collection Film and Video Collection
Media type Moving Image
Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA
Production company TV3
Presenter: Joanna Paul
Presenter: Belinda Todd
Reporter: Max Hayton
Reporter: Neil McKay
Reporter: Janet McIntyre
Reporter: Marty McNamara
Reporter: Oscar Knightley
Reporter: Tukorirangi Morgan