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National Radio 8.30 Bulletin

TIMOR: Timorese refugees are being protected by troops in Dili as they stream into the city.

REFUGEES: The Prime Minister says NZ can take 300 refugees, 100 immediately.

AMNESTY: Amnesty International are reporting that militia are shipping Timorese to other Indonesian areas, against their will.

WOMEN: The National Council of Women says the report into maternity services doesn’t go far enough and that health professionals are not communicating enough.

BUSINESS: Business Confidence has fallen for the fifth month in a row.

CHALLENGE: Challenge will decide today whether to increase petrol prices.

SERBIA: Serbian riot police have broken up a 20,000 strong protest against president Slobodan Milosevic.

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