Morning report. 1990-07-13
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0608 Ex Chkpt: Alec Belida, Whitehouse corresp. on G7 Summit.
0613 Ex BBC: OAU says Africa's fighting for its survival.
0615 Ex BBC: Vietnamese boat people in Hong Kong - no solution
0617 Ex BBC: Thailand's new social security scheme.
0620 Ex Chkpt: Counting time in tens.
0625 Good Morning "Rural" NZ : See Rural Report Rundown
0630 News/Weather/Māori News
0645 Pacific Regional News : Ex RNZ International
0650 "Morning Comment" : Auckland psychologist, Kate Birch.
0652 Marketing: Dave Banford, Tourism cons./Grand Traverse race
00:1:49 SOVIET: Pres. of Russian Fed. Boris Yeltsin announces his resignation from Soviet Commun. Pty. Bridget Kendall BBC LIVE
00:5:38 SHARES: Kim Hill i/v Peter Verschaffelt on big increase in share prices yesterday.
00:00:0:12 WEATHER office: Auditor Gen. expresses concern about restrictions on free forecasts. Janice Rodenburg
00:00:5:12 WEATHER: Minister defends move towards user-pays forecasting. Clare de Lore i/v Bill Jeffries. Met. Serv. Min
00:00:2:34 CIVIL AVIATION increased charges. Adam Gifford i/v Greg Rabe, Pilot
00:00:1:40 AVIATION: Major challenge to new charges. Tino Pereira
00:00:4:46 CHEMICAL weapons - planned incineration on Johnston Is. in the Pacific - US Embassy briefings. Michael Kopp
0730 NEWS & SPORT
00:00:3:11 WAIROA: Mayor pleased with crime prevention scheme. Janice Rodenburg i/v Cliff Owen, Mayor of Wairoa
00:00:2:13 IRD keeping taxpayers waiting for their refunds. Peter Aranyi i/v Maurice Williamson, Pakuranga MP
00:00:1:01 TURANGAWAEWAE Marae hosting hui for Waikato Uni. to meet with tribes in catchment area. Adam Gifford METROPOLITAN PAPERS LIVE
00:6:46 FOREIGN INVESTMENT: Geoff Robinson i/v DeAnne Julius, economist who's written book on foreign investment
00:00:1:34 QUEBEC: Battle of the barricades between police & Mohawk Indian tribe - tension high. Tom Earle, BBC
0800 NEWS/LOCAL BREAKOUT
00:1:59 ELECTRICORP predicts power for home consumers should stay below rate of inflation. Peter Abernethy i/v Rod Dean. Elcp
00:00:20:9 ELECTRICORP: Consumers Inst. says Ele'cp taking too big a slice of the pie. Dyan Sharland i/v David Russell. Con. Ins
00:00:2:21 ELECTORAL reform argument. Paul Jackman i/v Bruce Knowles National Party Taranaki Electorate Chairman LIVE
00:5:51 BALLET: Geoff Robinson i/v Jenny Pattrick. Arts Coun. Chair
00:00:3:06 SOCIAL policy. In depth report by Statistics Dept. Peter Verschaffelt i/v Len Cook Act. Govt Statistician
00:00:3:08 LOBSTERS: Project to raise rock lobsters in captivity. Wendy McGregor i/v Dr Peter Smith, Min. of Agriculture
00:00:1:51 AA vows to fight govt. until it stops creaming off petrol tax money to boost general coffers. Dyan Sharland LIVE
00:5:38 OSTEOPOROSIS: Kim Hill i/v Dr Ian Reid. Ak. Sch. Medicine
00:00:2:48 MāORI protocol in the public service. John Clarke, Ch. Exec. of Te Manatu Māori LIVE
00:6:32 ABORIGINAL: Kim Hill i/v Lorena Allam, ABC's Aboriginal Affairs reporter
00:00:2:50 GERMANY: Political row in Britain over comments made by Trade Sec. Andrew Whitehead, BBC LIVE
00:5:05 OZ SPOT: Phil Kafcaloudes with the weekly look at events across the Tasman.
Reference number 57456
Media type AUDIO
Collection Sound Collection
Radio news programs
Nonfiction radio programs
National Radio (N.Z.) (estab. 1986, closed 2007), Broadcaster
Date 13 Jul 1990