Radio New Zealand - Saturday, 11th August 2007

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Saturday Morning

Science with Paul Callaghan: Antibiotics
Professor of Science at Victoria University of Wellington, discusses antibiotics. [more]

News stories:

Fiji trade unionist lodges complaint against senior interim minister
A Fiji trade unionist in the spotlight recently has lodged a complaint against a senior minister in the interim administration for a range of offences including alleged abuse of office. [more]

Australia amends travel restrictions on Fiji individuals
Australia is considering lifting travel restrictions on some categories of Fiji citizens. The Australian high commissioner in Suva, James Batley, disclosed this when handing over 265-thousand US dollars towards next... [more]

Canberra and Wellington to meet to consider RAMSI planning for next six months
The Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands will be holding its planning meeting in a few weeks time in Honiara. Officials from Canberra and Wellington will be converging on the... [more]

Search to resume this morning for bodies from crashed Tahitian plane
French Polynesia's president Gaston Tong Sang has described yesterdays crash of an Air Moorea turboprop passenger plane as a "cruel tragedy for Polynesia." Two Australians, two European Union development officials... [more]

Samoa World Cup team urged to fight like David against Goliath
Samoas Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sailele, has urged the Manu Samoa team for the World Cup that they must believe that they can win. At a national farewell for the team... [more]

Tonga's World Cup squad named
Backrow forward Inoke Afeaki will line up as Tonga captain as he competes in his third rugby World Cup in France starting in September. TheTongan squad was finally announced by... [more]