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National Radio 7.30am Bulletin

National Radio 7.30am Bulletin

Health Funding – Pakistan – East Timor – Cityjet – Nuclear Risks.

HEALTH FUNDING: The government has promised at extra $175 million for the health sector. Minister Wyatt Creech says it is nothing to do with the election. Meanwhile says Labour’s highest priority is reducing waiting lists.

PAKISTAN: The head of Pakistan’s military regime says the army does not intend to stay in power, but has not given a date for an election. A national security council will be convened to govern the nation.

EAST TIMOR: The NZ officer in charge of security in Dili East Timor says there are indications that militia may be peparing to attack Interfet forces.

CITYJET: Cityjet is back in the air today following a clearance from the Civil Aviation Authority of one of its aircraft. Cityjet has hired two other aircraft.

NUCLEAR RISKS: A secret nuclear fuel plant in the UK has safety flaws similar to those in the Japanese plant that hand a problem recently.



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