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National Radio 7am Bulletin

1. ACC - A Parliamentary Select committee is looking at ACC rules again after concerns that they are unfair to victims and deny natural justice.

2. TARIFFS - Trade sources in Washington say President Clinton is about to impose a 9 per cent tariff declining over three years on lamb.

3. IRAQ - UN officials have been summonsed to Baghdad again after a New Zealander was accused of planting locust eggs by Iraqi officials.

4 SHAKE - An earthquake hit the lower North Island this morning .

5. METEOR - The meteor seen over North Island probably did not hit earth but if it did it would be of scientific and financial interest.

6. EAST TIMOR - The Indonesian Government says NZ and Australian troops will not be needed in the build up to the ballot on East Timor.

7. NEEDY FAMILIES - CYPFA says it is dealing with 75 new families a week who need help.

8. EDUCATION - David Lange is criticising the Government for commercialising the education system.

9. DOLLAR - The NZ dollar has recovered slightly after falling ¾ of a cent yesterday.

10. CRICKET - Sri Lanka a have won a one day match against NZ.

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