Morning report. 1990-10-11

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0600 News/Sport
0609 Ex Checkpoint: soviet embassy on Greenpeace seizure
0614 Ex RNZ News-Lockie: Polytech rolls expected to rise
0617 Ex RNZ News-Gifford: Māori claim on Pureora forest
0621 Ex ABC: how Lenin is seen now in USSR
0625 Good Morning "Rural" NZ: See Rural Report rundown
0630 News/Weather/Māori News
0645 Pacific Regional News : Ex RNZ International
0650 "Morning Comment" : Ken McCormack, CH minister
0652 "Money Matters": Sarah Morton. Aust. bank deregulation
0700 NEWS
00:3:09 POLLS: Govt gets bad news & good news in 2 key areas. Peter Abernethy/Ken Douglas/Paul Weaver
00:00:3:07 ENGINEERS Union decide to settle wage deal along Govt growth accord guidelines. Jane Young/Moore
00:00:4:00 CAMPAIGN: Opposition Fin. spokes. in Horowhenua & Kapiti Coast. Clare de Lore i/v Brian Waugh, Levin businessman
00:00:3:24 CRASH: Examination of Tiger Moth wreckage begins this morning. Nick Hirst i/v John Goddard, Insp. Air Accid.
00:00:2:38 FISHING squabble looks likely to end up in court. Peter Abernethy
00:00:2:50 ASBESTOS related illness among power station workers. Caroline Gaishauser i/v Ross Wilson, Harb. Wkrs. Union
00:00:2:43 PETROL prices affect emergency services. Karlum Lattimore
00:00:3:16 FARM partnership scheme. Peter Abernethy i/v Prof. Anton Meister, Agricultural Economist METROPOLITAN PAPERS
00:00:1:13 JERUSALEM killings - UN. Sec. Cnc. ends without agreement Christopher Gunness, UN. Correspondent LIVE
00:0:21 ISRAEL: Kim Hill i/v Paul Adams, Jerusalem
00:00:1:55 INDIA: Death toll rising in conflict. Mark Tully, BBC
00:2:35 UNIONISTS being urged to back Labour in election. Cushla Managh i/v Pat Kelly, Chmn. Cnc. of Unions
00:00:1:45 NATIONAL Party claims vindication in row over weekend pay rates. Paul Jackman
00:00:2:33 LABOUR persists in claims that Nat. govt. would wipe out weekend penal rates. Leigh Pearson i/v Helen Clark, Lbr. Min
00:00:3:26 PROBATION: Suggestions that courts may be misusing the service. Merle Nowland i/v Dame Sylvia Cartwright, Judge
00:00:3:12 HOSPITAL system programme of quality control & assessment Caroline Gaishauser i/v Richard Solomon, Healthcare Stnds
00:00:2:29 LABOUR announces its information policy. Paul Jackman i/v Margaret Shields, Statistics Minister LIVE
00:5:25 HIGH-TECH DESIGNER: Robert Taylor i/v Peter Hill, NZ finalist in Sony International Design Competition, Tokyo
0830 NEWS
00:00:4:16 EDUCATION has undergone radical changes during Labour's 6 yrs. in govt. Paul Jackman LIVE
00:6:11 EDUCATION: Kim Hill i/v Prof. Ivan Snook, Massey Uni LIVE
00:0:34 INFLATION: Kim Hill i/v Grant Spencer, Ch. Mgr. of Reserve Bank's Economic Dept. LIVE
00:5:06 FRUIT & VEGE. MARKET: Jack Forsythe with the weekly look at the fruit and vegetable market

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Year 1990

Reference number 57518

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Genre Radio news programs
Nonfiction radio programs
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits National Radio (N.Z.) (estab. 1986, closed 2007), Broadcaster
Hill, Kim, 1955-, Presenter
Taylor, Robert, Presenter
Reich, Dennis, 1947-1995, Editor
Rhodes, Sue, Producer

Date 11 Oct 1990