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Newstalk ZB 15 min report at 7

1) Cops - Horowhenua Cop on drug supply charges
2) Fiji - George Speight fails to make shortlist for new government
3) Prostate - sacked health board chief admits communication failures
4) Power - government investigates overcharging claims
5) Movies - new Carrey movie opens to dismay of mental health
professionals
6) Youth - youth councils meeting in Wellington this weekend
7) Runcie - former Archbishop of Canterbury dies
8) Potter - mad rush expected as new Harry Potter book goes on sale
today
9) Markets


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