EYE WITNESS NEWS. THURSDAY 23/10/1986

Find out more about this item:
Message us

Rights Information

News and Current Affairs.

Main Stories:

Another big lead has opened up for the Labour Government over the National Party Opposition in the latest Eyewitness News Heylen Poll.

Jim Bolger is interviewed about the poll results. Speakers: Jim Bolger (Opposition Leader).

A nation-wide fight to stop water fluoridation is looming.
Speakers: Sir Dove-Myer Robinson (Former Auckland Mayor), Denys Hoskins (Chief Dental Officer, Auckland), John Colquhoun (Ex-Chief Dental Officer, Auckland), Keith Fyall (Balclutha Mayor), Graham York (Balclutha Dentist), Barbara Murray (NZ Pure Water Assn), Dr Robin Schoular (Tauranga Physician).

Queensland elections, corruption and Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen.

Royal flying lessons.

News Summary:
Three people are dead and three seriously ill after a helicopter crash at the Franz Joseph Glacier.

A pathologist is carrying out a post-mortem on the body of Annie Louis Austin, an elderly South Auckland woman found dead in her unit. Police are treating the death as homicide.

In Wellington the Court of Appeal heard a case in secret today.

United States-Soviet Russia politics.

AIDS education.

Bob Jones has pulled off one of the biggest property deals in Australian history, paying $155 million for a new office block in the heart of Sydney. Another New Zealand company, Rainbow Corporation, has announced a deal which will give it more then 40% of supermarket giant Progressive Enterprises. Speaker: Allan Hawkins (Chairman Rainbow Corporation).

Finance news.

The Government announced that it is closing some loopholes that still exist in tax deductions.

Favourite item:

Request information

Year 1986

Reference number F132157

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Series EYEWITNESS NEWS

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Television

Duration 0:57:26

Production company TELEVISION NEW ZEALAND

Viewing locations Digital file available to view at medialibrary, Wellington