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National Radio 11am Bulletin

1. KOSOVO - The Nato led peace force in Kosovo says it has found the site of a mass grave that may contain up to 350 bodies.

2. TRANSPORT ACT - The AA says the death of a skateboarder recently in Wellington has underlined deficiencies in recent changes to the transport act

3. LAW SOCIETY - Tony Ryall says legislation making membership of the Law Society voluntary will be introduced this year.

4. INTERNET - The Internet Society has welcomed Telecom's delay to set up a separate net work for Internet users.

5. TEST The weather is fine for today's test in Dunedin against South Africa and Dunedin business people say they expect people going to watch today's test to spend millions.



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