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30 June 1939

The New Zealand Listener soon expanded beyond its original brief to publicise radio programmes to become the country’s only national weekly current affairs and entertainment magazine.

24 June 1905
At its peak in the 1950s and 1960s, New Zealand Truth prided itself on being ‘the champion of the little person and the scourge of corruption and scandal in high places’.
Bill Simpson was a Television One reporter based in Auckland at the time of the Erebus accident.