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National Radio 2pm Bulletin

1. DOCTORS LEAVE - The Resident Doctor's Association says many doctors have left for overseas and the problem will become serious if nothing is done about it in the next six months.

2. Y2K BUG - Questions are being asked around the world about the billions of dollars spent on fixing the y2k bug. Some are suggesting it was scam by programmers to make money.

3. ROAD TOLL - The Holiday road toll has reached eight with more in hospital with serious injuries.

4. CUBA - A light plane has dropped leaflets over Havana calling Fidel Castro a dinosaur and calling for people to overthrow him.

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