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National Radio 7am Bulletin

1. POLICE SHOOTING: Two inquiries are underway into the fatal shooting of a man near Helensville after a car chase. Three other men in the car have been arrested and charged with unlawfully getting into a vehicle.

2. ALPINE CRASH: Investigation in Alpine Region in South Eastern France where a cable car crashed en route to an observatory.

3. TOURISM BOARD: Bryan Mogridge says he will have no problem accepting a payment for his resignation.

4. PRISON ESCAPE: Deputy Mayor of Wanganui says the Department of Corrections should think more carefully about who is incarcerated in Wanganui prison. Police are still looking for two

5. NEW HOSPITAL: New children's hospital to be opened in South Auckland with 82 beds and specialised children's A&E service - called Kids First.

6. TE REO: Maori Language Commission has been struck with several resignations. The commission has been restructured after a review.

7. NORTHERN IRELAND: Marathon peace talks show no sign of compromise. UK PM Tony Blair has been trying to encourage a compromise but time is running short.

8. SCOTLAND: Queen opens Scotland's new Parliament. Education, healthcare and limited tax raising powers will be handled by the new Parliament.

9. CRICKET: NZers all out for 226 on opening day of test against England.

10. WIMBLEDON: Rain disrupts play. Lindsay Davenport has qualified for semi-final

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