ONE NETWORK NEWS AT TEN. 20/05/1991

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An investigation is underway into how a psychiatric patient escaped from Kingseat hospital and raped an Auckland teenager. Speakers: Det Sgt Greg Turner, (Auckland Police); Gary Taylor, (Ak Area Health Board Chmn)

Tomorrows Cook Straight ferries are to sail as normal as planned industrial action has been called off. The dispute is believed to have been over redundancy clauses in the new award.

A finance company is to take on the trading banks tomorrow by offering mortgages at less than 12%. Speaker: Owen Jennings, (Federated Farmers President).

The completion date for Auckland’s new children’s hospital has been set back again and patients may not be treated in the new hospital until next year. Speaker: Gary Taylor, (Ak Area Health Board Chmn).

Adam Steel knocked himself out on his trimaran while sailing around the Bay of Islands. An Air Force Orion located him in heavy seas off North Cape and he now on his way to Fiji after being rescued by a Fiji bound container ship.

The latest aids statistics have prompted new warnings about sex tours to Asia. Aids is spreading rapidly in Bangkok and Manilla and it is calculated that one in thirty men could become infected. Speaker: Warren Lindberg, (NZ Aids Foundation),

Tomorrow the government releases its defence policy. Its though the white paper will suggest New Zealand work more closely with traditional allies.

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Year 1991

Reference number F104414

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Series ONE NETWORK NEWS AT TEN

Genre Television

Duration 0:29:00

Production company Television New Zealand

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Credits Presenter: John Hawkesby
Presenter: Anita McNaught
Reporter: Simon Mercep
Reporter: Ewet Barnsley
Reporter: Mark Boyd
Reporter: Philip Smith

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