Checkpoint. 1989-03-23.

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The National Party leadership is embarassed [i.e. embarrassed] over public scrapping of Winston Peters and Ruth Richardson and is keeping a low profile.
Report by Bronwen Evans
Winston Peters, Tauranga MP
Ruth Richardson, Opposition Spokesperson on Finance
David Caygill, Minister of Finance
Venn Young, Opposition Spokesperson on Social Welfare
The government's decision to indefinitely suspend the Auckland Area Health Board earlier this week highlights the difficulties elected authorities have in running mult-million [i.e. multi-million] dollar organisations on a part-time basis and often without any previous management experience.
Report by Jenny Davies
Helen Clark, Health Minister
Dr Peter Davis, Former Hospital Board Member
Lyn Potter, Former Hospital Board Member
In Switzerland, 116 nations have adopted a UN sponsored treaty intended to limit cross-border trade in hazardous wastes.
Report by Jonathan Schwass
Lesley Stone, Greenpeace Toxins Campaigner

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Year 1989

Reference number 140478

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Genre Radio news programs
Nonfiction radio programs
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits RNZ Collection
Schwass, Jonathan, Presenter
Whaanga, Philip, Producer
National Radio (N.Z.) (estab. 1986, closed 2007), Broadcaster

Duration 00:30:00

Date 23 Mar 1989

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