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JFK JUNIOR: Search for missing plane changes into a search and recovery mission for the three bodies from the three passengers from the missing plane piloted by JFK Junior. The Kennedy received a phone call they have come so used to receiving. Divers will go for a look tomorrow at some debris found on the sea bottom. Serious doubts are beginning to emerge about JFK Junior's decision to fly. JFK had a broken foot and had trouble with Other pilots question wisdom of flying in such dangerous conditions. Pilots fear he just lost control. Led by the President the American people spend the day hoping for good news. Makeshift memorial outside apartment in New York. Flowers in Dallas at the site of the assassination of JFK junior's dad. "We felt like we knew him personally" says one mourner. The Kennedy Family have put on a brave face walking on the beach and hugging each other. Mass held in the tent which was to have held the wedding this weekend. "So much sadness for one family - it is just hard to get a hold of" - says another mourner.

JFK JUNIOR: Reporter Live from Hyannisport: It is a very sombre mood here. Q: What is the news about the foot? A: We understand he injured his foot in a parasailing accident last month. Q: Sonar targets on floor? A number of areas will be targeted tomorrow and they hope to find the wreckage. Sonar can tell difference between a boulder and a man-made object.

JFK JUNIOR: Bessette With Grief - in another town there is also grief. A very kind gentle family says one of the Bessette mourners. Friend says JFK Junior was very lucky to find his wife. "A gift for kindness" - says another.

JFK JUNIOR: Divers wait for assignment - the divers are standing by to recover the wreckage from the bottom of the sea. Conditions are good for recovery this week.

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MURDER TRIAL BEGINS: Fredereci Murder Trial: Crown accuses man of dismembering his wife's body and putting it in a wheelibin. An Australian citizen the accused was court at the airport. Trial expected to last three weeks.

BOY BLEEDS TO DEATH: Wanganui boy bleeds to death - police are investigating.

ASSASSINATION: Team of police leaves for Samoa to investigate the assassination of a Western Samoan minister. Relatives are finding it difficult to deal with the death. No one knows any reason for the murder.

FOVEAUX CRASH: Invercargill Coroner finds fuel exhaustion to be the reason for the crash in the Foveauz Strait.

MISLEADING Pureit water filters found guilty of misleading advertising.

TOURISM: New sportshall of fame opens.

HILLARY TELLS EVEREST TRUTH: Sir Edmund Hillary says Indian and Nepalese authorities wanted Tenzing to claim he had reached the summit. However Hillary says Tenzing was a few paces behind at the end. Hillary says he would have been annoyed if Tenzing hadn't saved his hife.

BUSINESS CLASS BIRTHS: New unit in National Women's to canter for the patient with money. Four suites ready so far. HFA is concerned. National Women's says it will make $450,000 a year from the new Cornwall Suite.

WINZ ROW: Christine Rankin admits she signed off part of the $165,000 Winz trip to Rotorua.

DOLPHINS: Hectors Dolpins to be pinged away.

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