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National Radio Midday Bulletin

Monday, 17 July 2000, 12:32 am | Chris Holm

Inflation Up - Suspended Sentences- Bus Driver Charged- Cervical Inquiry- Fiji Govt- Israelis Protest- Zimbabwe Tensions- Indonesia Violence- ERO & IT- Concussion Risk- Rugby Tickets- Mad Cow Disease More >>

TV1 News 6pm Headlines (First Segment)

Friday, 14 July 2000, 6:25 pm | Chris Holm

Fiji Rebels Lay Down Guns - Chaudhry Comments On Coup- George Speight’s Future- Fiji Prison Outbreak/Guns - Fiji Tourism- Golden Handshake Revelations- Police Beat Black Man On Video More >>

NEWSFLASH: Speight’s Rebels Lay Down Arms

Friday, 14 July 2000, 2:46 pm | Chris Holm

Fiji: George Speight’s rebels have agreed to lay down their arms in a move following the release of the remaining 18 hostages. More >>

National Radio Midday Bulletin

Friday, 14 July 2000, 1:05 pm | Chris Holm

Fiji Crisis - Chaudhry Has New Role- Chaudhry Invite - Australian Sanctions- Golden Handshake- Cervical Inquiry- Ihug Spectrum Appeal- - Shark Bitten Japanese Milk Scare- Middle East Peace- Dempsey’s Replacement- Roads & Cyclists- Mineral Reserve Mapping- ... More >>

The New Zealand Herald

Friday, 14 July 2000, 9:50 am | Chris Holm

Fiji Hostages Released - DNA Mixup - Harry Potter - Hammer The Haka- Dumped Syringes- Cervical Inquiry - Falcons Shot At - America’s Cup Village - Philippine Hostages - Bombay Mudslide - China Ties - Manila Garbage Rescue – HIV Infection Rate - Sa ... More >>

NEWSFLASH: Speight’s Hostages Are Released

Thursday, 13 July 2000, 5:44 pm | Chris Holm

George Spieght has kept true to his promise and released the final 18 hostages held in the Parliamentary complex in Suva. More >>

ZB Wellington Midday Bulletin

Thursday, 13 July 2000, 3:07 pm | Chris Holm

Angry Fijians - Needles Found - Computer Crime - Cop Charged - Prison Officer Charged - Moana Sinclair - Japiti Crash - Rapist Jailed - Robson Pledge - TransAlta Prices - Harry Potter - Markets More >>

The Dominion

Thursday, 13 July 2000, 11:59 am | Chris Holm

You’re Sacked - Commuting State Bosses - Speight Fails Shortlist- Alleged Drug Dealing Cop- Hit And Run- No Sale Tipped- Robertson Picked- Editorial: A Kicking For Health Care More >>

New Zealand Herald

Thursday, 13 July 2000, 10:00 am | Chris Holm

Children Pricked - New Cancer Scare - School Shuts Down- Freda Stark- Mobile Plunket- Catman’s Body- 2nd Hand Smoke- Trent Bray’s Name- Cervical Inquiry- Robert Mahuta- Nigerian Money Scam- Varroa Decision- Patient Released More >>

National Radio Midday Bulletin

Thursday, 13 July 2000, 12:57 am | Chris Holm

Fiji Hostages - Fiji High Com - Cop & Cannabis- Teachers On Cannabis- Radio Spectrum Auction- University Funding Report- Cervical Inquiry- Dangerous Needles- Forestry Protest- South Island Tourism- Bookstore Price-War- Boys In Netball More >>

TV1 6pm News Headlines (First Segment)

Wednesday, 12 July 2000, 6:25 pm | Chris Holm

Gisborne Cancer Scare No. 2: The Prostate Scare- King Sacks Gisbourne Health Board- Cervical Cancer Inquiry Continues- Nine Hostages Released In Fiji- Fiji Civil Disruptions Continue More >>

Fiji: New President Tipped By Newssite

Wednesday, 12 July 2000, 4:45 pm | Chris Holm

Adi Samanunu, Fiji's high commissioner to Malaysia, is tipped to become the next Fijian president, reports internet newssite www.fijilive.com . More >>

Libz Promotes Withdrawal Method

Wednesday, 12 July 2000, 11:51 am | Chris Holm

"When I was at school," said a Libertarianz spokesman earlier today, "our rubbers were soft, spongy, and used to erase spelling mistakes. More >>

Fiji: 9 Hostages Released, 18 To Go

Wednesday, 12 July 2000, 11:33 am | Chris Holm

Suva: Nine of the 27 hostages held by rebel leader George Speight were released from the Parliamentary complex early this morning, with a promise that the final eighteen would be released tomorrow. More >>

New Zealand Herald

Wednesday, 12 July 2000, 10:29 am | Chris Holm

Tanui Leader Stripped - Asian Migrants - New Beer Drink- Employee Awards- Gisborne Inquiry- Power Report- Accused Rapist Freed- End Of Golden Weather- Party Lines End- Illegal Truck Drivers- Cancer Improvements More >>

The Dominion

Wednesday, 12 July 2000, 10:15 am | Chris Holm

Men’s Cancer - Mahuta Defies Order- Fiji Resort Controlled- Power Overcharge- Rachel Hunter - Hitler’s US Family- Blast Kills 100s- NBA Dream- Editorial: Terrorists Win In Fiji More >>

New Zealand Herald

Tuesday, 11 July 2000, 9:06 am | Chris Holm

Charlie Dempsey x 2 – Harry Potter – Olympics Jobs – Cancer Patient – Bank Robbery – Accident Tragedy – Doctor Guilty – Mark Todd – Cancer Inquiry – Robert Mahuta More >>

TV1 6pm News Headlines (First Segment)

Monday, 10 July 2000, 6:24 pm | Chris Holm

Dempsey Explains- Dempsey’s Mandate - SA Soccer Riot - Fijian Military Accord With Rebels - Goff Reacts To The Fiji Coup More >>

New Zealand Herald

Monday, 10 July 2000, 10:26 am | Chris Holm

Dempsey Sacking - Round Found - Bank Ombudsman - Condoms In Schools – Murder Ring - Boy Saved - Beyer Honoured - Auckland Museum - Tainui Crisis - Drink Driving Case - Cultural Policy - Round’s Relatives - Dempsey’s Decision - Piggery Closes - Rotorua ... More >>

Dempsey Retires Early

Monday, 10 July 2000, 10:10 am | Chris Holm

Oceana soccer head Charlie Dempsey, 79, has bowed to pressure from colleagues and will retire early from his position. More >>

   

 
 
 
 
 

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