Morning report. 1993-03-01

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0600 News/Sport
0610 Ex BBC: Finance Ministers of leading indust. nations meet.
0614 Ex Michael Dodd: Decline of the German steel industry.
0618 Ex BBC: Sadams war against the Marsh arabs.
0624 Ex BBC: Fidel Castro wants to stay in charge of Cuba.
0625 Good Morning "Rural" NZ : See Rural Report Rundown
0630 News/Weather/Māori News
0642 "Morning Comment": Kate Birch, Auckland Psychologist.
0644 "Hi Tech: Jim Higgins. NZ Computer Society.
0650 Pacific Regional News : Ex RNZ International

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0700 NEWS
00:03:47 ANZAC frigates contracts awarded to Whangarei. Peter Verschaffelt i/v Warren Cooper. Minister of defence.
00:01:26 FRIGATES: Whangarei works hard to secure contract. Lois Williams i/v Jack Guy, Northlands Port Corporation.
00:03:27 FRIGATES: Disappointment in New Plymouth that ANZAC frigate contracts have gone to Whangarei. Peter Verschaffelt.
00:03:00 TRAIN/CAR crash sees five people killed in the Hawkes Bay. Paula Penfold.
00:02:09 TRAIN/CAR crash traumatic for rescue workers. Karlum Lattimore i/v Steve Webber. Waipukurau Police Sergeant.
00:04:30 NY WORLD TRADE CENTRE to remain closed indefinitely after bomb blast. Judy Lessing.

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00:02:32 WOOL prices fallen in past few weeks. Iain MacLean. LIVE
00:05:14 WOOL: Neil Billington i/v Bill Carter, Executive Manager, Council of Wool Exporters. METROPOLITAN PAPERS
00:03:01 UN SECURITY COUNCIL: NZ takes over Presidency. Judy Lessing i/v Terence O'Brien. NZ UN Ambassador, Pres. Security Cncil
00:03:50 UN SECURITY COUNCIL: Karlum Lattimore i/v Dr Rod Alley, Wellington Political Scientist.
00:03:13 AUST ELECTION: Labour one point behind Coalition. Karen Fisher.

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00:02:53 WINSTON PETERS to appear before Nat. party executive. Peter Fowler LIVE
00:08:25 HEALTH REFORMS: Kim Hill i/v Professor Lawrence Malcolm Wgtn School of medicine.
00:02:05 HEALTH: Son of man who died during surgery in Chch wants to see report of investigation. Jocelvn Darling.
00:04:38 TREATY OF WAITANGI Fisheries Commission decision delayed. Adam Gifford
0830 NEWS
00:01:50 SHELLFISH: Ban could be lifted sooner than expected. Peter Fowler i/v Robert Brewer, Ministry of Agriculture.
00:02:56 LIABLE PARENT scheme prompts Labour to say it would order an independent review if elected later this year. Karlum Lattimore i/v Dr Clive Matthewson, Labour Social Security. LIVE
00:05:44 OUT OF SCHOOL: Kim Hill i/v Charlotte Parks, Out of School network co-ordinator.
00:02:59 MĀORI HEALERS set up national organisation. Adam Gifford i/v Brownie Williams, Ngā Ringawhakahaere o Te Iwi Māori LIVE
00:04:12 WHALES: Kim Hill i/v Steve Dawson, World Wide Fund for Nature.
00:02:59 MUSEUM EXHIBITION produces comments that staff view as racist. Karlum Lattimore.

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Year 1993

Reference number 58079

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

Duration 02:01:14

Date 01 Mar 1993