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More Rain In North - Fiji Coup - Nz Immigration Status - Dover Hui - Todd Allegations - Primary Teacher Training - Indonesia Tragedy- Whaling Discussions - Radio Frequencies - Euro 2000 Final

MORE RAIN IN NORTH: Civil Defence is on standby in the Coromandel with more rain expected today. There has already been serious flooding in the area.

FIJI COUP: George Speight’s supporters in Fiji continue to enter and leave the Parliamentary complex in Suva after the military announced it has delayed plans to isolate the coup leaders.

NZ IMMIGRATION STATUS: The Minister Of Immigration Lianne Dalziel says New Zealand’s immigration status with Fiji will not be relaxed while the situation in Fiji has not been resolved.

DOVER HUI: One of the organisers of the hui in Northland says he was disappointed that former Maori Affairs Minister Dover Samuels left early from the event on Saturday. The hui was called to support Dover Samuels against sexual allegations on Saturday.

TODD ALLEGATIONS: Eventing New Zealand is upholding its stance on Equestrian Mark Todd saying it will only deal with facts and not allegatoins by the British tabloid newspaper.

PRIMARY TEACHER TRAINING: A new report says many primary school teachers lack the math’s and science knowledge to teach well.

INDONESIA TRAGEDY: A fishing boat has found ten survivors from a ferry that capsized in southern Indonesia, over 200 passengers are believed dead in the disaster.

WHALING DISCUSSIONS: Forty countries meet in Adelaide to discuss international whaling – New Zealand and Australia are discussing an international whaling ban in the southern ocean, while Japan and Norway want the ban on whaling repealed.

RADIO FREQUENCIES: Recent information shows that the auction of new radio frequencies may not be a big money spinner for the Government.

EURO 2000 FINAL: The final of a European soccer championship has gone into extra time after France scored a last minute equalizer against Italy making the score one all.

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