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For the first time ever Amnesty International is citing New Zealand in its report on...
Les Cleveland talks to Neville Glasgow about his life and beliefs. Cleveland has had a varied...
In this edition of Good Morning New Zealand, the guest presenter, sports photographer Peter Bush...
Personal Messages from the headquarters of a New Zealand Railway Construction and Maintenance...
Youth Without Purpose: A series of four discussions on young people broadcast on the YA stations...
A documentary looking at the development of netball in New Zealand from grass paddocks to world...
Colin Feslier explores the reason for growth in the interest in genealogy and in adopted people...
Economist Wolfgang Rosenberg asks a lengthy question of Finance Minister Robert Muldoon. At just...
"Christchurch is a buskers paradise." So says Jodi Wright, organiser of the recent World Buskers...
An example of 3ZB's Newsround programme. Presented by Lee Hatherley. Sport:New Zealand's first...
The Wellington School of Medicine is undertaking a major study of the effect of the Hawkes Bay...
A two part documentary. The Blyth track leading down the slopes of Mount Ruapehu towards Ohakune...
Aunt Daisy in San Francisco, a broadcast for children. Episode 5 includes descriptions of the...
Sharon Major is interviewed about her family's survival of the Wahine disaster. She was...
Pacific Islands Affairs Minister, Richard Prebble, says there will be no "dawn raids" for...
A two part documentary. Soup, soap and a sense of humour: Salvationist Florence Johnson better...
Brigadier William George Gentry, commanding officer of the New Zealand 6th Infantry Brigade,...
Worried about the cost of living? Sick of rules and regulations? Well, how about a job where you...
It was a new sound on the Westland rivers, replacing the roar of hydraulic sluices. This was a...
In this second programme Alywn Owen continues his interview with Mike Sylvano about his own...