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National Radio 11am Bulletin

Avalanche Missing – Austria – Americas Cup – Nato – East Timor – Cyclone – Motorbiker Recovery

AVALANCHE MISSING: Three NZers buried by an avalanche in Japan have been named.

AUSTRIA: At leat 150,000 Austrians have gathered in Vienna to protest against the new Austrian government and its inclusion of a far right party.

AMERICAS CUP: Today could be touch and go for racing on the Americas Cup course . Again winds are possibly not strong enough to race. The next race day is Tuesday.

NATO: Nato forces say they have seized weapons in Mitrovica.

EAST TIMOR: A 4WD vehicle seized in Auckland is to be sent to East Timor for customs work.

CYCLONE: Two towns virtually levelled as cyclone Eileen strikes Madagascar.

MOTORBIKER RECOVERY: Superbike rider Aaron Slight is recovering from a 4 hour operation to remove a blood clot from his brain.

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