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National Radio 8.30am – World Cup Results

Pilots Strike Over – Timberlands – Sweat Shop In Auckland – Election – City Mission – World Cup Results – Cricket

PILOTS STRIKE OVER: The Air Line Pilots has recommended its pilots end their strike commenting that Ansett appeared to be willing to lose millions during the dispute.

TIMBERLANDS: The Labour Leader Helen Clark says she remains suspicious about whether contracts to log beach forest actually exist. She says it is odd that secret contracts were signed before resource mana

SWEAT SHOP IN AUCKLAND: Thai workers complain that they have been working 12 hour days for $575 a month in South Auckland, authorities are investigating.

ELECTION: Government says it will resurrect several initiatives that have been delayed by the election if it is re-elected including tax cuts.

CITY MISSION: Auckland City Mission says it is seeing a big increase in demand especially from students.

Rugby World Cup Results:
NEW ZEALAND 101 to 3 over ITALY, three tries to Jeff Wilson (new record for tries in tests), two to Jonah Lomu taking him to 12 for the tournament.
SAMOA 38 31 over WALES – Samoa through to quarter final playoffs.
AUSTRALIA 55 19 over US – US scored a try.

CRICKET: The Black Caps have finished the test against India with a draw. They had been chasing 374 to win.

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