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Talbot and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1992-042
1992-042

Advertisement for strepsils. Complaint that it made misleading claims. Upheld (responsible programming). Declined to determine (using research tests and surveys "in a manner which is misleading or receptive"). No order.

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Ross and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1992-040
1992-040

One Network News. Offensive language on interviewee's t-shirt. Not upheld (good taste and decency, responsible programming (classification codes), children's interests). Declined to determine (law and order, responsible programming (news not presented in such a way as to cause distress), violence).

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Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor and Canterbury Television Ltd - 1992-036
1992-036

Corporate image advertisement for DB South Island Brewery Ltd. Not upheld (responsbile programming): the ad not misleading because it did not make any explicit claims about the advertiser's role as a community benefactor.

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Turner and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1992-038
1992-038

World Cup one-day cricket coverage. Advertisement allegedly not clearly distinguishable from other programme material. Not upheld (responsible programming).

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Fish and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1992-020
1992-020

New Zealand Today. Complaint that advertisement not clearly distinguishable from rest of programme. Not upheld: majority (responsible programming).

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New Zealand Police and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 1992-015
1992-015

60 Minutes: " Silent Witness". Item included interview with witness who had been a paid police informer and had given evidence in a murder trial. Upheld (balance). Not upheld (law and order, in part). Declined to determine (law and order, in part). Declined to determine (fairness (subsumed under balance), responsible programming). Order (broadcast of brief summary of decision).

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Cooper and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 1992-016
1992-016

60 Minutes: "Doctor Knows Best". Item on cervical cancer, statement about the medical profession not taking it seriously until after an enquiry. Not upheld (balance, accuracy). Declined to determine (responsible programming, accuracy of news items (60 Minutes was a current affairs programme)).

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Society for Promotion of Community Standards and TV3 Network Services Ltd - 1992-006
1992-006

Inside New Zealand: "The Sex We Don't Talk About". Documentary examined male and female homosexual behaviour. Not upheld (balance, accuracy, responsible programming).

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Ritchie and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1991-057
1991-057

Advertisement for So Good cereal. Complaint that it made misleading claims. Not upheld (responsible programming).

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Wardlaw and Television New Zealand - 1991-050
1991-050

One Foot in the Grave and trailer. Complaint episode was blasphemous. Not upheld: majority (good taste and decency): programme. Not upheld (discrimination and denigration, children's interests, responsible programming): programme and trailer.

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Greer and Radio New Zealand Ltd - 1991-051
1991-051

Radio 4ZA in Invercargill. News item about educational standards at a local school. Upheld (balance). Not upheld (responsible programming (children's interests)). Subsumed (accuracy).

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Millen and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1991-045
1991-045

Holmes. Interview with Jacqueline Stallone, in which she strongly criticised Queen Elizabeth II, and her later refusal to give an apology when reinterviewed. Upheld (balance, fairness). Not upheld (law and order, accuracy, responsible programming). No order.

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Holt and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1991-032
1991-032

Advertisement for Southern Cross Medical Care Society about cancer. Complaint that the advertisement was misleading. Upheld (Standard 2 of the Advertising Code of Ethics, not to mislead). No order.

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Group Opposed to Advertising of Liquor and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1991-035
1991-035

Sport on One. Guest wore clothing with liquor company logos, complaint that this was deceptive programme practice. Not upheld (responsible programming). Declined to determine (balance).

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Tregurtha and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1991-012
1991-012

Ever Decreasing Circles. Complaint about reducng the length of a repeat broadcast but not advising viewers. Not upheld (good taste and decency, law and order, accuracy, responsible programming).

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Wright and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1991-007
1991-007

Holmes. Item on the findings of the Cartwright Report on cervical cancer. Upheld (accuracy, responsible programming). Order (broadcast of summary of decision).

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O'Neill and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1990-029
1990-029

Safer Sex. Programme about sex with target audience in 16 to 25 age range. Not upheld (good taste and decency, law and order, balance, responsible programming).

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New Zealand Business Roundtable and Treasury and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1990-026, 1990-027
1990-026–027

Frontline: "For the Public Good". Programme dealt with two topics on electoral system, using extensive interviews. Upheld (accuracy). Not upheld (balance). Declined to determine (fairness). Orders (broadcast of correction and apology; order for TVNZ to refrain from broadcasting advertising programmes for one evening from 6pm to closedown).

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