Morning Report 1994-01-11

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0600 News/Sport
0615 Good Morning "Rural" New Zealand: See Rural Report Rundown
0630 News/Weather/Māori News
0640 Report from our Mana News team
0645 Pacific Regional News : Ex RNZ International
0650 Business and financial news, Margaret Inge.
0700 NEWS
00:03:32 FLOODS: Civil Defence officials are this morning hoping to lift the two remaining states of emergency in parts of Central Otago. Megan Francis LIVE
00:04:54 FIRES: Military helicopters used New Zealand monsoon buckets last night in Sydney. Zandra Sharpe
00:04:44 UNEMPLOYMENT: Don Brash says pursuit of stable prices is no way threatening the goal of reducing unemployment. LIVE
00:04:51 NATO: John Fraser
0727 WEATHER
0730 NEWS & SPORT
00:02:07 INTEREST: Home lenders holding back on lending money. Peter Fowler
00:03:23 ENERGY: Report shows energy efficiency initiatives on the rise. Kerry Lamont
00:02:49 SPEED LIMITS: Roadshow trust chair says speed limit review long overdue. Kerry Lamont i/v Morgan Fahey - Road Safety researcher
METROPOLITAN PAPERS
0800 NEWS AND REGIONAL ROUNDUP: LIVE
00:05:18 SCANDAL: British Prime Minister John Major has seen his government rocked by a spate of sex and financial scandals. Gary O'Donoghue - BBC
00:03:43 SOUTH AFRICA: Police have raided a migrant workers' hostel in Katlehong. Fergal Keane LIVE
00:04:14 SOUTH AFRICA (2): Russell Marshall - former Minister of Foreign Affairs.
00:05:00 REGIONAL NEWS:
0830 NEWS:
00:00:22 UNEMPLOYMENT (2): Brian Easton advocates that the Reserve Bank should be required to pursue low inflation without compromising employment. LIVE
00:02:50 DROUGHT: Aucklanders are being asked to conserve water. Gary Law - chief executive of Watercare Services LIVE
00:04:28 EMPLOYMENT: A business course for Pacific Islanders is taking place in Dunedin this week. Eti Laufiso
00:02:56 MENTAL HEALTH: The Mental Health foundation is concerned about a young man's death after being restrained. Seamus Kearney i/v Dr Barbar Disley
00:02:28 MāORI VOTERS: Māori leaders will gather this Friday to discuss the Māori electoral option. Professor Ngatata Love
00:02:59 FOOD QUALITY: New Zealand food companies embrace international standards at fast rate. Nona Pelletier i/v Rick Christie - Tradenz LIVE
00:06:18 CORRESPONDENT: Judy Lessing

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Year 1994

Reference number 58291

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Genre Radio news programs
Nonfiction radio programs
Radio programs
Sound recordings

Credits Burns, Diana, Presenter
Billington, Neil, Presenter
Davies, Jenny, Editor
Reich, Dennis, 1947-1995, Producer
Irving, Gordon, Sports presenter
National Radio (N.Z.) (estab. 1986, closed 2007), Broadcaster

Date 11 Jan 1994