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National Radio 10am Bulletin

1. ROYAL WEDDING - A world wide TV audience estimated at 200 million have witnessed the wedding of Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones.

2. EAST TIMOR - The United Nations says despite the delays in sending police to East Timor, they are hopeful they will soon make an impact.

3. HOSPITAL WOES - The Government is rejecting claims that the financial problems at Capital Coast Health are due to years of underfunding.

4. ELECTION An election candidate in Christchurch (John Stringer, National) believes there are dubious circumstances around a break-in to his house on Friday.

5. FOG PROBLEMS - Domestic and international flights are unable to land in Auckland due to fog.

6. RUGBY - The Springboks outclassed Italy by 101 to nil. Australia were given a fright by Ireland, but won in the end

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