ONE NEWS. 12/01/2011

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Queensland's flood crisis worsens with Brisbane suburbs now under threat from rising river levels.
Melissa Stokes (TVNZ Reporter - live from Brisbane); Anna Bligh (Queensland Premier); voxpop; Jared Corlett (Brisbane Kiwi); Jessica Mutch (TVNZ Political Reporter - live from Parliament); John Key (PM - National); Kim Vinyl (TVNZ Reporter - live from Auckland Airport); voxpop; Maree Hansen (Flight Centre); Alicia Lovich (Brisbane Resident - speaking from Brisbane).

The Cook Islands' handling of a case of a foreign worker diagnosed with HIV Aids while working in the Cook Islands has caused international condemnation.
Patrick Holmes (Amnesty International NZ); Dr Jason Myers (NZ Aids Foundation).

A year on from the Haiti earthquake that claimed over a quarter of a million lives, the reality of life in Port au Prince remains dire.
Bill Clinton (Haiti Rebuilding Commission); Ian McInnes (World Vision Emergency Manager).

An insight into the personality of the Arizona gunman, Jared Loughner.
Zachary Osler (Former Friend of Jared Loughner); Dr Gary Schwartz (Professor of Psychology and Neurology, University of Arizona); Dr Stephen LaBerge (Founder, The Lucidity Institute Inc.).

Teachers are preparing to continue their battle with the Government for better pay and conditions.
Kate Gainsford (Post Primary Teachers Association); Patrick Walsh (Secondary Principals' Association of NZ President - speaking from Rotorua).

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Year 2011

Reference number F203457

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image


Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Television


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