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Radio Adelaide: Mr Asia Cold-Case + Prince Wills

Radio Adelaide: Selwyn Manning & Peter Godfrey – Mr Asia Cold-Case + Prince Wills Visits NZ

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    Scoop's Selwyn Manning and Radio Adelaide's Peter Godfrey discuss how New South Wales Police have issued a AD$100,000.00 reward for information leading to the resolution of a cold case killing of a young Kiwi woman, Marion Anne Sanford, in 1980. The case is linked to the Mr Asia heroin syndicate which was the focus of the Under-Belly television series.

    Also discussed, Prince William has been visiting New Zealand, where he checked out Eden Park, the goal posts, held a rugby ball, and smiled for around 100 silent media.





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