Morning report. 1997-05-30.

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0611 Māori NEWS
0616 NEWS STORY: BULLYING - concern about bullying in some boarding schools prompts Education Review Office to produce report aimed at parents. ERO head Judith Aitken says situation is alarming and parents unclear about who's responsible. (Mng Rpt)
0626 SPORTS STORY: RUGBY - climax of Super 12 championship tomorrow sees AK Blues and ACT Brumbies play off at AK's Eden Park. I/v with commentator Graeme Moody. (Mng Rpt)
0630 NEWS
0636 NEWS STORY: BRITAIN/U.S. - President Clinton attends cabinet meeting of new govt, praises PM Tony Blair. Live i/v with correspondent Des Fahy re significance of visit.
0651 BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL NEWS: NEW ZEALAND POST bidding to run Argentina's postal service, joining forces with investment company Infratil International and Argentine interests to tender fr 30 year concession. Comment from Infratil director Lloyd Morrison. (Gyles Beckford) BUSINESS CONFIDENCE - National Bank's latest survey shows another slide, with growing number expecting conditions to get worse over coming year. Live i/v with National Bank's chief economist Adrian Orr. FINANCE/MARKET GERMANY - clash of wills between Bundesbank and govt over revaluing of gold reserves.
0700 INTRO/NEWS AUCKLAND - TRANSPORT - Campaign for Public Transport opposes govt order for Yellow Bus Co to be sold. Campaign convenor Jack Henderson says AK can say goodbye to properly integrated public transport when company sold. Chair of ARC, Phil Warren, says sale will improve situation. Both i/ved live. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES - Prof John Werry and Dr Sally Merry say services for children and young people are in crisis, says often only most severely ill are being treated while others are turned away. (Karlum Lattimore); live i/v with Harry Cranefield, general manager of Community and Mental Health Services for AK Healthcare. INDONESIA - ELECTION - early results show ruling Golkar Party is heading for landslide win after campaign marred by violence. I/v with correspondent Jenny Grant. RUGBY - ACT Brumbies arrive in NZ underno illusions about tomorrow's Super 12 final against AK Blues. Live i/v with AK Blues coach Graeme Henry and Brumbies manager Bill Thompson.
0730 NEWS/WEATHER/SPORTS FINANCE update with Gyles Beckford. ZAIRE - PRESIDENT LAURENT KABILA sworn into office, promising to hold elections in April 1999. About 2,000 opposition militants accuse him of acting like a dictator. Live i/v with correspondent Alan Little. BRITAIN/U.S. - PM Tony Blair and President Clinton declare themselves political twins with no use for "yesterday's ideology", unveil joint initiative to bring down unemployment in developed world. (Keith Chalkley) MENZIES MURDER TRIAL - jury expected to begin deliberating today. 20 year old Jason Menzies has pleaded not guilty to charge of murdering de facto partner Stephanie Skidmore at their home in Henderson just over year agol Eileen Cameron reports live. KIWIS - assistant at Whangarei Museum Kiwi house turns hose on kiwis to make them appear for tourists, causes them to panic and bash themselves against glass. (Lois Williams) FRANCE - ELECTION - possiblity of big swing to left in polls this weekend. Conservative PM Alain Juppe has resigned, and new candidate is Philippe Seguin, currently Speaker in the Assembly. I/v with correspondent Lynne Terry.
0800 NEWS/WEATHER AUCKLAND - TRANSPORT - ARC says AKers will get cheaper bus fares and better public transport system when Yellow Bus Co sold. Live i/v with bus company; chief exec Jim Taylor. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES - treatment of patients at Lake Alice psychiatric hospital in 1970s under scrutiny with former patients claiming they were abused as children at the facility. Live i/v with PSA organiser for Lake Alice staff, John Shannon; live i/v with Dr Max Abbott, former director of Mental Health Fndn., who was involved in reformation of mental health system. INTERNATIONAL PAPERS INDONESIA - ELECTION - at close of overnight counting, President Suharto's ruling Golkar Party was sitting on higher vote than even party predicted. Live i/v with Jerry van Klinken, Indonesian affairs expert from Brisbane's Griffith Univ. NGAI TAHU SETTLEMENT - Treaty Negotiations minister Doug Graham says agreement near on settlement but it's involved lateral thinking to recognise values and traditions which are unique to Māori. He's i/ved live.
0830 NEWS/SPORTS RUGBY - Super 12s final tomorrow between AK Blues and ACT Brumbies. Live i/v with commentators Graeme Moody and Keith Quinn. BULLYING - Education Review Office reports it has found bullying in 9 illegible 78 state and integrated boarding schools, while further 11 can't guarantee student safety and well-being. (Gael Woods) NIGEL KENNEDY - violinist playing 4 dates in NZ next week, playing piece which made him famous, Elgar's Violin Concerto. Live i/v with Arts correspondent Paul Bushnell. GOLDEN GUITARS time again in Gore, with supreme awards to be announced on Sunday. Some people have concerns about the contest - live i/v with John McKenzie of Country Music promotion committee organisers. OZ SPOT - live i/v with correspondent Phil Kafcaloudes. (Aborigines' Stolen Generation)

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Year 1997

Reference number 59131

Media type AUDIO

Collection Sound Collection

Genre Radio news programs
Nonfiction radio programs
Radio programs
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Credits RNZ Collection
Robinson, Geoff, Presenter
Hosking, Mike, Presenter
Gibson, Martin, Editor
Davies, Jenny, Producer
National Radio (N.Z.) (estab. 1986, closed 2007), Broadcaster

Duration 02:02:30

Date 30 May 1997

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