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Hooker and Television New Zealand Ltd - 2002-037
2002-037

60 Minutes promo. Allegedly offensive language. Not upheld (good taste and decency, programme classification, children's interests, violence).

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Hooker and Television New Zealand Ltd - 2002-034
2002-034

60 Minutes promo . Offensive language. Not upheld (good taste and decency, programme classification, children's interests, violence).

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Petterson and Television New Zealand Ltd - 2000-037
2000-037

60 Minutes promo. Promo was broadcast between 5.30-6.00pm and featured the author of a book on female erotica. Complaint that a comment by author was unacceptable. Not upheld (children's interests).

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Price and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1999-059
1999-059

60 Minutes promo. Promo referred to a story about short people and raised an issue about their decision to "breed". Not upheld: majority (good taste and decency). Not upheld (discrimination and denigration).

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Hale and Television New Zealand Ltd - 1998-079
1998-079

60 Minutes promo. Promo included an item on the Hero Parade and the council's decision not to fund it. Interviewee referred to several named councillors as "morons". Complaint that promo was not a true reflection of the programme or the views expressed in it and that, while "morons" might reflect a genuinely-held opinion, it was degrading, insulting and inappropriate. Not upheld (balance, fairness, discrimination and denigration).