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National Radio 10am Bulletin

1. SHOOTING - The condition of a man shot by police on Friday is causing concern.

2. LOGGING - The Green party says it is too easy for logging companies to get resource consents to log forests.

3. EAST TIMOR - A pro-independence leader says his group will not go along with a vote for East Timor to stay with Indonesia as that means it could not have been a fair ballot.

4. SIERRA LEONE - International pressure on Sierra Leone is growing as a standoff with rebels holding hostages continues.

5. PLANE CRASH - All 18 people on board an aircraft that crashed in Cape Verde in West Africa are feared dead.

6. BATTLE - Soldiers of the Wellington and Hawke's Bay regiment are today commemorating a Gallipoli battle

7. RUGBY - New Zealand is at the top of the Tri-Nation series after beating South Africa earlier this morning.

8. Golf.




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