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National Radio 7.30am Bulletin

East Timor: Human Rights, NZ Troops – Alliance Tax Policy – Child Sex Extradition – SA Bus Crash – Radio Announcement

EAST TIMOR – HUMAN RIGHTS: The UN Human Rights body has called on Kofi Annan to establish an inquiry into human rights abuses in East Timor.

EAST TIMOR – NZ TROOPS: Meanwhile the commander of NZ troops says many of his force are nervous about their imminent deployment.

ALLIANCE TAX POLICY: Alliance Leader Jim Anderton says his party’s three tier tax system will address the gap between the rich and poor.

CHILD SEX EXTRADITION: An anti-child prostitution organisation is pleased with the extradition of an Upper Hutt man to face child sex changes in Goa, India.

SA BUS CRASH: Police have revised the death toll in a bus crash which killed lots of Britons.

RADIO ANNOUNCEMENT: There has been a mixed reaction to a government proposal to set aside a radio frequency for a youth radio network.



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