Morning report. 1992-06-30

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0600 News/Sport
0608 Ex Hm: Concern about vocational skills standards
0612 Ex ABC: Corazon Aguino succeeded by Fidel Ramos
0615 Ex ABC: Portugal builds for future
0620 Ex ABC: BMW to build cars in USA
0625 Good Morning "Rural" New Zealand: See Rural Report Rundown
0630 News/Weather/Māori News
0642 "Morning Comment": Wellington management consultant. Adrian Sparrow
0644 "Money Matters": Margaret Inge/ Nat Bank economic report
0650 Pacific Regional News : Ex RNZ International

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0700 NEWS [item about first relief flights arriving in Sarajevo]
00:4:53 BUDGET: National Bank produces glowing outlook for the economy. Peter Verschaffelt/Girou Karacauglu/David Ward
00:3:22 BUDGET: Community groups predictions. Cushla Managh/Steve Marshall/Angela Foulkes/David Robertson
00:2:30 TEACHERS STRIKE tomorrow. Cushla Managh/Doug Martin LIVE
00:4:08 TEACHERS STRIKE: Geoff Robinson interview with Martin Cooney, President of the Post Primary Teachers Association. LIVE
00:5:29 MASTERTON MASSACRE: Geoff Robinson interview with Hone Kaa, Anglican Minister
0730 NEWS & SPORT [item about first relief flights arriving in Sarajevo]
00:2:19 RUGBY TOUR: Tino Pereira/Nthobi Tyamzashe, General Secretary of the South African National Olympic and Sports Congress
00:3:51 POWER CRISIS critical. Rory Newsam interview with Drew Stein, Electricity Industry Committee Chairman
00:3:15 POWER SAVINGS could prove disastrous for key industries Tino Pereira interview with Odette Waanders of Age Concern
00:3:17 HEALTH CARE for chronically ill patients. Peter Abernethy, Peter Dady (Cancer Society)/Dr Alan Gray (Coalition for Public Health
00:1:14 EARTHQUAKE: Two more aftershocks jolt Southern California. Richard Arnold.
00:1:04 ALGERIAN Head of State assassinated. Jackie Rowland. BBC
0810 LIVE
00:6:44 ACC: Kim Hill interview with Margaret Lewis, Auckland Law Society. LIVE
00:3:07 ACC: Kim Hill interview with Bill Birch, Minister of Labour
00:3:39 GOODMAN FIELDER WATTIE to sell most of its New Zealand operations. Peter Verschaffelt interview with Doug Halley, Goodman Fielder Wattie.
00:4:32 TRAFFIC/POLICE MERGE tomorrow. John Banks, Minister responsible for the agency, from 1st July
0830 NEWS
00:4:14 HOUSING CORP. resort to make-shift arrangements. Peter Abernethy interview with David Swallow, Acting Director General of Housing Corp
00:2:26 MASTERTON KILLING of unborn child. Karlum Lattimore interview with Tony Garrett
00:4:33 TELECOM regional operating Companies not doing as well as expected. Peter Verschaffelt interview with Ross Campbell, Telecom
00:4:39 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Karlum Lattimore interview with Neville Robertson, Psychology lecturer
00:2:59 UNEMPLOYED: Gerard Counsell interview with Simon Lindsay of the Unemployed and Beneficiaries Movement LIVE
00:5:34 YOUTHWATCH: Kim Hill interview with Tania Rangiwhetu, Co-ordinator of Whangarei's Youthwatch scheme.
00:1:42 MARGARET THATCHER's compact disc goes on sale today. Keith Chalkley

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Year 1992

Reference number 57922

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
Rundle, John, Newsreader
Hill, Kim, 1955-, Presenter
Robinson, Geoff, Presenter
Lee, Mike, Editor
MacLeod, Catriona, Producer
Williams, Peter, 1954-, Sports presenter

Date 30 Jun 1992