ONE NETWORK NEWS. 23/12/1998

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News sport and weather.
Economy growing rather than contracting for first time this year; deer velvet industry prices rising again as Asian buyers return to market; 2 Inland Revenue workers charged with selling personal information; immigration official charged with accepting bribes from permanent residency applicants; father leaves for Thailand to search for missing son; bodies of 3 New Zealanders killed in helicopter crash discovered in Mexico; police push road safety message; funeral for Phil Stubbs, transatlantic rower, died in light airplane crash; commercial break;

Eye specialists urge for subsidy on children’s glasses, saying that some children go blind, unable to afford glasses; fears that more patients may have come in contact with HIV infected worker; police storm seige in Buddhist headquarters in South Korea after disputes over leadership; USA and UK dismiss Iraqi claims of another air raid; changes to UN monitoring of Iraqi weapons; Richard Branson’s round the world hot air balloon bid continues; Polish army called in to break thick ice threatening Europe’s longest wooden bridge; Princess Diana’s former butler made redundant from Memorial charity as it is no longer fundraising; King of Tonga leads country in aim to get fitter and healthier; commercial break;

Government to allow logging in native beech forests in South Island; Mayfair hams recall for hams amid listeria fears; Telecom deal to pacify customers near but outside city toll boundaries; NZSE40; share prices; foreign exchange rates; moves to make goods trains safers; new Scouts uniforms; services dealing with family violence gear up for their busiest period; new Mensline ad campaign; no economical improvement in rural New Zealand; commercial break;

Preparations for 2nd cricket test against India; enquiry into bribery allegations in pakistani and Australian cricket; Sayonara is favourite for Sydney to Hobart yacht race; leading international tennis player Peter Corder failed drug test; players for Auckland’s Heineken Open; 2 West Ham soccer players charged after Christmas party; rowing selections for Olympics; motor racerScott Dixon to drive in US Indy lite series; England netball team to tour New Zealand; holiday weather in Coromandel; weather; orphan deer adopted by dog on Tauranga children’s farm; end

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Year 1998

Reference number F38793

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image


Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Television

Duration 1:00:00


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Credits Presenter: Simon Dallow
Presenter: Alison Mau
Sports Presenter: April Ieremia
Weather Presenter: Karen Ohlson