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Media ID   0139-A    

   

News reports (17 April 1986) on the day after Part Two of the Homosexual Law Reform Bill, outlawing discrimination, was lost (16 April 1986)


Unique ID

1124270904-33

Speakers

Graeme Lee, Fran Wilde, Bill Logan, Geoff Braybrooke, Philip Burdon

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Details

Source tape

     

0139-A

Date

     

17 April 1986

Source

     

National Programme, Television One

Copyright

     

National Programme, Television One

Recorded by

     

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Deposited by

     

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Comments

Sound quality – recorded off the radio/television

Disclaimer

This summary gives general themes as to the content of this recording. It is not a verbatim transcript. Always refer back to the original audio. This is a working document and any amendments/corrections are welcome.



Summary

 

Morning Report 0700, National Programme

 

01:06

Time pips, Morning Report with Geoff Robinson and Maggie Barry

 

01:48

Shooting has broken out around the headquarters of Colonel Kadafi

 

03:13

Security has been tightened around US embassies

 

04:05

Parliament has thrown out the second part of the Homosexual Law Reform Act (outlawing discrimination)..Graeme Lee is happy with the result.

 

05:00

National Party is well ahead in selecting it’s 1987 election candidates

 

05:40

Cook Islands Prime Minister visits Wellington

 

06:20

The Rest of the World beat The Lions in Cardiff

 

06:33

Weather forecast

 

06:50

Shooting has broken out around the headquarters of Colonel Kadafi

 

09:00

US planes over Tripoli

 

11:10

Margaret Thatcher says terrorism cannot be tolerated, supporting the attack on Libya

 

12:20

Neil Kinnock attacks Margaret Thatcher’s support of the US.

 

16:20

Report on Parliament throwing out the second part of the Homosexual Law Reform Act (outlawing discrimination).

 

16:45

Fran Wilde – I’m sad. What is it a sign of?

 

17:45

Graeme Lee – Pleased with the result of Part Two – Human Rights

 

18:40

Bill Logan – Lesbian and Gays are going to face exclusion.. This part of the Bill was about discrimination.

 

 

Television One News with Tom Bradley

 

19:10

News introduction – Law Reform, AIDS

 

19:30

Report on the throwing out of Part Two of the Law Reform Bill.

 

21:40

“We thought we had the numbers” (unidentified speaker)

 

23:00

Confirmation that Eve van Grafhorst has AIDS (the first Australian girl to be infected by HIV via a blood)

 

 

Morning Report on the National Programme with Maggie Barry and Geoff Robinson

 

26:10

Parliament throws out the second part of the Homosexual Law Reform Act (outlawing discrimination).

 

26:30

Graeme Lee – I think there’s a growing concern about Part One of the Bill.

 

27:00

Geoff Braybrooke – We received a letter from Cardinal Thomas Williams..

 

27:50

Fran Wilde – Did the Cardinal’s letter have an effect?

 

28:10

Wilde – It was a political tradeoff for many politicians

 

29:30

Wilde – Anti discrimination laws.. Part two applied to...

 

31:00

Wilde – I feel reasonable confident to get the Bill through

 

31:30

Wilde – There has been an increasing number of reports of discrimination

 

32:00

Are you suffering? Wilde – I had no idea about the manufactured backlash.

 

33:00

Wilde – New Zealand is one of the few countries that hasn’t changed its law

 

33:30

Wilde – I’m concerned about anti-homosexual sentiment if this Bill doesn’t go through

 

 

Television One News report

 

34:00

Philip Burdon– amendment to raise age-of-consent to nineteen.

 

36:00

Neil Billington – amendment to raise age-of-consent

 

36:22

Philip Burdon– I don’t think the Bill will be defeated.. but I think Members would be happier if the age of consent was set at nineteen.

 


   



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