Morning report. 1996-02-13
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0615 Good Morning "Rural" NZ : See Rural Report Rundown
0630 News/Weather/Maori News
0640 Report from our Mana News team
0645 Pacific Regional News : Ex RNZ International
0650 Business and financial news. David Jones
0700 NEWS TV SPORTS - Sky TV has secured the rights to all live broadcasting of international All Black games. Games will be shown free-to-air, but at delayed times. Audio: vox pops, Maurice Williamson, Chris Doig, Robbie Byrne (bartender at Greymouth RSA) (Stephen Hewson). Live i/v with Richie Guy, chairman of the NZ Rugby Union. Vox pops from last night's talkback programmes. Live i/v with Jim Bolger. BOMB-LONDON - British PM John Major's challenged Sinn Fein to condemn the IRA bombing in London last weekend, in order to restart the peace process. Audio of Major (BBC) Live i/v with Des Fahy from Westminster. HELICOPTER - A rescue helicopter has been missing in the Rakaia Gorge, Canterbury since last night when it went out to pick up four trampers. Live i/v with Sargeant Steve Goy at CHCH police.
0730 NEWS/WEATHER/SPORTS TRAMPERS - Bodies of two trampers were recovered in Arthur's Pass yesterday after they presumably drowned in the Hawdon River. Live i/v with Neil Sheppard, Arthur's Pass police about the rescue attempt. illegible - Pre-budget statement due from the government today, expected to set the scene for the tax cuts and social spending increases. Preview with actuality of Bill Birch, Michael Cullen, Ruth Smithies of the Catholic Church and Roger Kerr of the Business Round Table. (Anna Hughes) SRI LANKA - Security forces have run amok, killing 30 civilians, in a north-east village. Pre-record with Amal Jayasinghe in Sri Lanka. US POLITICS - Twenty per cent of delegates have not yet decided who to vote for as the Iowa Republican presidential nomination. Senator Bob Dole is the favourite. Report from Judy Lessing. CASINO DEATH - A man died at the Auckland casino last night after falling from the top of the escalators, while being escorted from the casino by security staff. Live i/v with Inspector Rod Drummond, AK police.
0800 NEWS/WEATHER TV SPORTS - TVNZ says it's happy with the deal it's signed with Sky to broadcast coverage of All Black games, even though most games will be delayed by more than an hour. Live i/v with Alastair Carthew, TVNZ spokesperson. PAPERS/ASPAC HEADLINES, with added audio from Ranjan Gupta on how the world Cup has taken over the newspapers in India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. FIRES - The fire ban remains over much of Canterbury, despite recent rain and 24 hour watch remains at illegible Plantation. Tradey Lyall i/v with Craig Oliver, the prinicipal rural fire officer. TV SPORTS - Live i/v with Nate Smith, chief executive of the Sky Network. AUSTRALIA - Queensland premier Wayne Goss was served his notice yesterday when Independent member of the state parliament announced she would side with the conservative coalition opposition. Live i/v with Brisbane correspondent Sally Dillon. ECONOMY - Bronwen Evans live previewing the pre-budget announcements from the government.
0830 NEWS/SPORTS HELICOPTER - Low fog is causing problems for the team trying to search for the rescue helicopter missing since last night. Live i/v with rescue co-ordinator Tony McLeod. BILLBOARD - An Auckland billboard showing a man's bare buttocks is being moved because it's been defaced by parishoners of the church near the billboard. The ad is a safe sex message as part of the Hero gay and lesbian festival. Sacha Hardy I/v with Paula Ieriko, minister at St John's methodist church in Ponsonby. Live i/v with Hero Project Director Scott Johnston. SCHOOL BUSES - Twenty-five school bus routes out of Dunedin are to be phased out, because of Ed Min policy when there is alternative public transport. Live i/v with Michael Deaker, spokesperson from the Min of Ed. COMMENT INDIA - World Cup fever in India, as cricket becomes even more popular. Pre-recorded with Ranjan Gupta.
Reference number 58805
Media type AUDIO
Source Sound Collection
Date 13 Feb 1996