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ZB 15 Min Rept For Midday Friday

1) Fiji - rebels continue to man roadblocks
2) Fiji - hostage speaks of ordeal
3) Cop - named on possession for supply charges
4) Shark - Wgtn Dr helping shark attack victim by radio
5) Fire - $180K payout for Fire service CEO.
6) Prison - Upper Hutt police continue to take prison overflow
7) Samuels - police investigation drags on
8) TranzRail - speculation Clifford Bay plans to be scrapped
9) Dash - death notice and funeral details for murdered Wgtn student
10) Spectrum - snail paced bids for 2Ghz radio spectrum
11) Eclipse - Luna Rossa, or blood moon eclipse this weekend
12) Potter - Whitcoulls nationwide sells out of Harry Potter
13) Markets

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