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National Radio 3pm Bulletin

STUDENT LOANS: NZ First leader Winston Peters has promised to cut the interest rate on student loans if elected. The rate would by 2% above inflation - at present this would mean around 4% compared to the actual rate of 7%.

SAMOAN ASSASSINATION: Samoan Police have launched an investigation into the assassination of the Minister of Public Works.

JFK JUNIOR: More debris has been found from JFK Junior's missing plane. The plane went missing 24 hours ago off the coast of the US.

RALLY OF NZ: Tommy Makinen has unofficially won the Rally of New Zealand. Possum Borne finished in fifth place.



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