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TV1 6pm News (first segment)

1. ROYAL WEDDING - Prince Edward and Sophie Rhys-Jones have married in a low key ceremony, but still millions watched on TV and thousands lined the streets to cheer. Extended Coverage of the event.

2. SEARCH - Search officials are becoming increasingly concerned for the safety of two people missing in the Southern Ocean, they left the Antipode Islands a week ago and haven't been heard from. They are experienced and one is a well known adventurer. There has been no sign of them in the search yet.

3. FILM AWARDS - NZ Film awards bring a slice of Hollywood here. What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted wins nine awards, but not the best picture award.

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