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National Radio 9am Bulletin

1. SHOOTING - 20 police will return this morning to the scene where police shot a man yesterday. The man remains in a critical position

2. LOGGING - The Forest and Bird Society has attacked Timberlands starting to log a new area on the West Coast before a court decision

3. ESCAPEE WARNING - Paremoremo prison is using a new phone system to warn locals of escaped prisoners.

4. FLOODS - Three emergency appeals are now running in New Zealand for flood victims in Asia as fears continue that the situation may get worse.

5. KURDS - The armed wing of the Kurdistan rebel party say they will disarm and withdraw from Turkey at the behest of their commanders instruction.

6. CRICKET - New Zealand have the upper hand in the third test in Britain.

7. CONCERT - The Gisborne Year 2000 concert may have to go elsewhere unless it can find more money.


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