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London Train Crash – East Timor: Bishop Belo, PM Shipley – Canterbury Students – Dunedin Casino – World Cup Suspension

LONDON TRAIN CRASH: Train crash kills 26 in London – rescuers praised. Concerns over the safety of the privatised rail network. Cause unknown.

EAST TIMOR – BISHOP BELO: Bishop Carlos Belo, the man regarded as spiritual leader of East Timor will return to East Timor today.

EAST TIMOR – JENNY SHIPLEY: NZ PM Jenny Shipley is in Darwin today and will meet with military planners and NZ military personnel.

CANTERBURY STUDENTS: 300 Canterbury University Students remain camped out in Canterbury University’s registry building. The University is considering a $1800 increase in fees.

DUNEDIN CASINO: NZ’s fourth casino will be opened in Dunedin tonight. Social agencies are bracing for an increase in problem gaming.

WORLD CUP SUSPENSION: Tongan World Cup player has been banned till October 26th for a series of high tackles on All Blacks in the Tongan World Cup opening match.

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