Morning report. 1996-02-14
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[NB. Recording begins at 7am. Break in online audio at (01:14:02) due to original recording format].
0615 Good Morning "Rural" NZ : 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. David Jones
0700 NEWS RACE RELATIONS - A speech given last night by NZ First leader Winston Peters has fuelled argument about immigration, particularly from Asia. Sacha Hardy i/v with Manying Ip, Chinese lecturer at Auck Uni. Live i/v with Winston Peters. FIRES - Police say a group of bored teenagers are to blame for about half of the 120 or so fires lit in Karori (Wellington) in the last year and a half. Kiri Coughlan vcr. Live i/v with Det Sarg Russell Joseph of Wellington police. POLITICS - Jim Bolger has released a document called New Opportunities, setting out education, health and the environment as key spending areas. But the opposition parties are calling it pure electioneering. Audio of Jim Anderton and Helen Clark. Live i/v with Jim Bolger. VALENTINE'S DAY - Live i/v with Mark Henderson at the Wellington Railway Station, talking to commuters about Valentine's Day.
0730 NEWS/WEATHER/SPORTS TV SPORTS - NZ First's Tau Henare has drafted a priv ate member's bill that would ensure sports matches of national significance, eg the All Blacks' tests will be shown free-to-air on television. But the bill would mean the government illegible millions of dollars compensation to Sky. Wrap with Trevor Mallard and illegible Rogers, and quoting Tau Henare. (Marie Hosking) Live i/v with Tau Henare. CASINO - Parents who leave their children unsupervised at the Auckland Casino may face expulsion from the site following a meeting between casino management, police and welfare officials. Wrap with former police officer Ian Hastings, casino chief exec Tom Carr and Auckland plice's Norman Stanhope. (Lydia Monin) Live i/v with Casino Control Authority chair Jock Irvine. ECONOMY - Governor of the Reserve Bank, Don Brash, said yesterday to parliament's finance and expenditure select cttee that he's quit if the inflation target of zero to two percent inflation was changed. Audio of Don Brash. Some of his comments were seen as a swipe at the Alliance, whose economic policies are at odds with the Reserve Bank Act. Live i/v with Jim Anderton.
0800 NEWS/WEATHER TV SPORTS - Sky is moving on from the issue of All Black games, to Superleague, attempting to secure the tv rights for the competition. But they may have to take tv3 to court to get them. Wrap with tv3's Rod Pederson and Lion Breweries' Kevin Kendrick. (Stephen Hewson) Live i/v with Wayne Hope, communications theory lecturer, on pay tv's dominance of sports broadcasting worldwide. PAPERS/ASPAC HEADLINES, with add from Lynne Terry on the main stories in today's Paris papers. POLITICS - Both National and Labour will be holding caucus retreats over the next few days, looking ahead to the election this year. Wrap with helen Clark and Jim Bolger. (Anna Hughes) OSCARS - Nominations have been announced for the Oscars in Hollywood. Live i/v with Richard Arnold, LA corr. VALENTINE'S DAY - Back to Mark Henderson at the Wellington Railway Station.
0830 NEWS/SPORTS JAPAN - Rescuers have failed to dislodge the huge rock cutting off access to a tunnel where twenty people are trapped. Pre-recorded i/v with Stephen Engel. NTHN IRELAND - The governments in London and Dublin may sson come to an agreement on a way to return to the peace process in Northern Ireland, compromising between Britain's call for elections and Dublin's call for a conference. Wrap with John Major and John Bruton (Keith Chalkley) HISTORY - The military maps used by one of NZ's enemies in WW2 to track Allied troops have been donated to the NZ army by the man's son. They will be restored and put in the Army Museum at Waiouru. Live i/v with military historian Chris Pugsley. SURVEILLANCE - The use of electronic surveillance devices in NZ is increasing and a security consultant says it's reaching alarming proportions. Wrap with John Redman of security company CSS, Wanganui mayor Chas Poynter who says he was bugged during the Moutua Gardens affair and police legal officer Kevin Glubb. (Mark Henderson) COMMENT FRANCE - Lynne Terry live i/v on the French Catholic Church's partial acceptance of condoms and the latest on the nuclear testing programme.
Reference number 58806
Media type AUDIO
Source Sound Collection
Date 14 Feb 1996