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Morning Report (28 March 1986) on the day after the age of consent is confirmed at sixteen for homosexual acts (27 March 1986), also Jim Bolger replaces Jim McLay as the leader of the National Party


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1124271040-36

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0139-B

Date

     

28 March 1986

Source

     

National Programme

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National Programme

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Summary

 

Morning Report, National Programme (0700)

 

01:10

(bird call)

 

01:32

Jim Bolger replaces Jim McLay

 

02:00

News read by Peter Fry

 

02:40

Prime Minister David Lange rules out an early election

 

03:20

National and the New Zealand Party will merge

 

04:00

Parliament has approved sixteen as the age of consent in the Homosexual Law Reform Bill.

 

04:40

Wholesale taxes will be slashed as the country move towards GST

 

05:30

Meat industry talks

 

06:00

Weather forecast

 

 

06:20

Dick Griffin political editor on Jim Bolger replacing Jim McLay.

 

10:14

Jim McLay Im disappointed at the outcome.. looking back..

 

12:00

David Lange response

 

14:30

Derek Quigley response

 

16:50

Headline wrap-up

 

17:20

Jim Bolger new leader of National Party

 

22:40

George Gair new Deputy Leader of National Party

 

24:50

New Zealand Party will merge with the National Party

 

25:30

Sue Wood National Party president

 

27:00

Bob Jones response to merger of parties

 

27:30

John Galvin New Zealand Party president

 

29:10

News headlines

 

29:50

The Minister of Health, Dr Michael Bassett, says Doctors fees have risen to rapidly

 

30:20

Meat industry dispute

 

31:00

Divers have brought in machinery to survey the Mikhail Lermontov

 

31:40

British Police charge seven men with soccer violence

 

32:00

US in Nicaragua

 

32:50

Soviets concerned about US / Libya relationship

 

33:28

Sport news Rugby Union signs sponsorship deal

 

35:00

Cricket

 

36:00

Home bake morphine raids in Auckland

 

37:00

Farmers fire

 

37:20

Young man stabbed in Auckland

 

37:40

Education Minister Russell Marshall is determined to remove Corporal Punishment from schools.

 

38:00

Traffic light spy cameras in Auckland

 

38:30

Weather forecast

 

39:10

New Zealand Space Flight Association is holding a Space Day

 

39:50

Kerry Burke Minister of Immigration, discrimination against Pacific Island.

 


   



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