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TV1 6pm News Bulletin (First Segment)

Compiled by Mark Williams

Kiwi Secret - America’s Cupx3 - ACC Changes – NZ Owned Banks - Warriors Chair

KIWI SECRET - Team New Zealand unveils new sail in the fourth race of the America’s cup. to win convincingly. A tactical blunder from Italian boat Prada leaves them one race away from overall defeat.

AMERICA’S CUP: Spectator numbers down in America’s cup due to late announcement of racing go-ahead

AMERICA’S CUP: Invercargill locals drop work and pack bars in support of Auckland’s Americas cup event

AMERICA’S CUP: East Timor troops also watching the action from their positions in South East Asia.

ACC CHANGES: National party reveals Government departments save millions by using private insurance. This is a threat to Labour Government’s ACC reforms

NZ OWNED BANKS: New Zealand owned bank could be only months away says Minister of Economic Development Jim Anderton. NZ Postshops are expected to act as bank.

WARRIORS CHAIR: New trouble for former Auckland Warriors League Team Chairman Graham Lowe who has been accused of racism by Alliance MP Willie Jackson over his comments that Tainui board members were a bunch of “Maori’s from the Waikato.”

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