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TV 3 6pm News Bulletin

SWISS TRAGEDY: Two Kiwis have died in the Swiss canyoning accident, however six survived. Thirteen Australians died in the accident and ex workers at the adventure company concerned have said safety standards at the company were slipping when they left. Another adventure company declined to go out on the day due to concerns over the weather.

WATSON TRIAL: Water Taxi driver Guy Wallace gave seven hours of evidence today, saying he dropped Scott Watson off with Ben and Olivia at a two masted ketch that was nothing like Watson’s sloop The Blade.

BEER: Supermarket owners are delighted that they can now sell beer seven days a week, but they still want to sell spirits.



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