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National Radio 7.30am Bulletin

GE FOOD DECISION: The Health Minister says that a decision to compulsorily label GE Food should not be seen as a trade barrier.

CHRISTINE RANKIN: Opposition parties have criticised the censure of Christine Rankin as inadequate.

INDIAN TRAIN SMASH: Police in India are to question four railway signal operators believed responsible for sending two trains crashing into each other. The signalers ran away after the accident and on is still missing.

INDONESIA: Indonesian President B J Habibe has declared the final result in the first democratic elections.

MAGIC MUSSELS: Two media groups are defending their coverage of the Lyprinol story. TVNZ broke the story on Friday. TVNZ said it was careful to point out that there had been no human trials and the NZ Herald says it was restrained.

AIDS MONEY: Five HIV/AIDS charities are angry that they will not get money from the Hero Parade.

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