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National Radio 11am Bulletin

1. MERCY DASH - The two American airforce planes making a mercy dash to the Antarctica have left Christchurch.

2. BEEF - The three year ban on British beef exports to Britain is set to be lifted. The ban followed the mad cow disease scare.

3. PROTEST - Members of a white supremacist group have marched in a North American city under the protection of the court. Thousands of protesters turned out to oppose the march.

4. SKATEBOARDERS - The Head Injury Society says skateboarders should think seriously about wearing cycle helmets when they were on the road.

5. SOCCER - The US has won the women's soccer world cup.

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