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National Radio 7.30pm With Sport

- KOSOVO: Ethnic Albanians are rushing back into Kosovo and endangering their lives. Two Albanian civilians have been killed by mines. UNHCR warns that the refugees haste is causing chaos.

- KOSOVO: Serbian Orthodox church calls for Milosevic's government to resign.

- BOAT BILL: Airforce is out looking for a boat full of Chinese refugees believed to be en-route to New Zealand. Parliament will resume this morning at 9am to discuss an Immigration Amendment Bill.

- SOLOMONS: State of emergency declared in the Solomon Islands.

- POLICE: Police Commissioner Peter Doone says no further non-sworn staff will be made redundant following discussions with district managers who said police needed their support staff.

- WTO: Deadlock in WTO remains and both current candidates look likely to miss out. The selection process is expected to begin again shortly.

- CASINOS: Conscience vote tonight on whether communities can hold referendums on Casinos in their local area. The vote is on a bill

SPORT

- CRICKET: Same 11 players will take field in semi-final against Pakistan in World Cup at Old Trafford. Wasim Akrim very complementary about the NZ Team.

- BASKETBALL: Canadian Basketball team won touring match against Tall Blacks.

- HOCKEY: NZ Women's Hockey captain disappointed about loss to Germany.

- MOTOCROSS: Motocross Rider breaks vertebrae in crash in Europe.

- LEAGUE: New captain for Warriors

- OLYMPICS: Decision to cut IOC perks at Sydney Olympics have blessing of IOC committee.



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