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National Radio Midday Bulletin

1. EAST TIMOR: The East Timor independence leader says he has secured a meeting with the US President on Monday.

2. EAST TIMOR: The UN Secretary General has called on Indonesia to allow a peace keeping force in to EAST or be held to account for crimes against humanity.

3. EAST TIMOR: The most senior Indonesian representative at APEC has conceded it is possible that Indonesian force aided the militia in East Timor

4. EAST TIMOR: A NZ UN worker who is still in Dili says the Indonesian army did nothing to stop the militia trying to break into the UN compound.

5. CLINTON: A small but enthusiastic crowd gathered in Auckland hoping for a glimpse of the US President who arrived today.

6. CLINTON: Hundreds of people queued for tickets to see Clinton give a speech.

7. CLINTON: The US/China summit will begin in Auckland at five pm today at Government House.

8. HOPE AND SMART: There is still no sign of a verdict in the Scott Watson murder trial.

9. QUALIFICATIONS: Teachers have called for a new look is being taken at school qualifications

10. FAG TAX: The smokefree coalition says a tax rise on cigarettes is responsible for drop in smoking.

11. CHILD LABOUR: The children who deliver the NZ Herald may lose their jobs soon because of laws about child labour in the early morning.

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