Media ID 0134-B
News reports (12 April 1985) on the morning after the North Shore Homosexual Law Reform meeting in Auckland
Refer also to 0134-A
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National Programme news with Geoff Robinson
The Prime Minister David Lange is threatening journalists traveling in South Africa.
A man in Rotorua has been arrested for throwing toilet paper at the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester’s car
Feltex Factory wage resolution
Federated Farmers - meat processing industry shakeup
South Canterbury farmers are organizing a rain dance (due to drought)
West Indies/NZ cricket test match
Radio report on Law Reform meeting at North Shore last night (from commercial radio?)
Graham Underhill – I had great difficulty getting into the hall.. I was writing for OUT magazine… they wanted to stack the meeting
Morning Report, National Programme
[radio tuning] tuning to Morning Report on National Programme
Geoff Robinson – Manning on ships
North Shore Meeting last night…Feelings ran high last night
Norm Jones – This is how Hitler started…95% of the people asked to sign it sign it.
National Programme Maori News – Te Reo programming
1YA Regional News (0640)
Auckland Regional Rescue helicopter
North Shore meeting last night.. 650 people attended..
Geoff Braybrooke – we need to be tolerant
Peter Wall (activist removed from the hall)
An alternative design for the Aotea Centre will be shown tonight
The Auckland Regional Authority is here to stay
The Auckland Technical Institute reacts to a call for it to be split in two
Looking at alternatives to Corporal Punishment
Sperm donors have been found for National Women’s Hospital
Weather forecast.. marine weather forecast
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Morning Comment – Gisborne school teacher Norman McLean – Homosexual Law Reform Bill.. let’s tolerate rather than suppress.
Morning Report, National Radio 12 April 1985
Morning Report introduction – Friday 12 April – Geoff Robinson and Lindsay Perigo.
Prime Minister David Lange annoyed at the four journalists who left his official tour to interview Pik Botha.
David Lange is welcomed to Zimbabwe
Upcoming tripartheid wage talks
Federated Farmers – shakeup of meat industry
Lindsay Perigo – Law Reform - North Shore Meeting ended in uproar.
Heart transplant in London
US ships in China
Albanian leader dies
US Warships visit China – nuclear or non-nuclear .. The US will neither confirm or deny.
Albanian leader dies
The Prime Minister has arrived in Zimbabwe
Homosexual Law Reform Bill - North Shore Meeting last night
Peter Wall – demanding his views be heard
Chairperson – I’m closing the meeting down
Geoff Braybrooke – we need tolerance
Peter Wall – the hatred won’t go unchallenged
Main points in the news
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