Frontline: "Tomorrow's Schools". Programme featured a studio debate about the controversial education system due to come into force the following day. Not upheld (balance, fairness).
Testimonial cricket match sponsored by DB Draught. DB's name and slogan featured prominently on billboards. Upheld (liquor). No order.
1ZB openline talkback. Host's comments critical of the legislation empowering bailiffs to enter premises and seize property. Upheld (good taste and decency): one comment. No order.
Top Marks. Programme broadcast complainant's address and telephone number and "encouraged" listeners to visit him and challenge his views. Upheld (privacy). Order ($500 compensation to complainant).
Public Eye. Complaint about a brief item about a New Zealander serving a sentence in a Malaysian jail for selling heroin and awaiting a six-stroke rotan whipping. Not upheld (good taste and decency).
Lion Brown rugby union advertisement. Complaint that it breached liquor advertising rules. Not upheld (liquor).
Wilson's whisky advertisement. Complaint that it breached liquor advertising rules. Not upheld (liquor.
D B Draught sponsorship of Commonwealth Games report. Complaint that it breached liquor advertising rules. Upheld (liquor)
Adverstisement for Waikato Harness Racing Club mentioned DB Draugt beer. Complaint that this breached the liquor advertising rules. Upheld (liquor). No order.
One Network News. Complaint about camera crew's presence filming after a funeral. Not upheld (privacy).