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National Radio 12.30pm Bulletin

FOVEAUX CRASH: The coroners report has found that the cessna crash into Foveaux Straigh killing five people occurred when the plane ran out of fuel in mid air.

JFK STILL MISSING: The search is still under way for JFK Junior and his wife and her sister after their plane crashed into the sea. Debris from the plane has been recovered and searches are investigating reports of a beacon signal.

POWER REFORMS: New Zealand First looks set to bail the government out over the power reforms after Labour decided not to support the price control legislation. A vote on the bill will be held in a fortnight and Winston Peters has indicated he will support it.

FIRST CLASS MATERNITY: National Womens Hospital has been criticised by the Alliance for providing a luxery maternity service. For $281 per night women get an en suite and an a la carte menu.

SAMOAN KILLING: Three police officers and one forensic scientist will fly to Samoa to try and track down the killer of a Samoan Minister.


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