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National Radio 9am Bulletin

Teenage Crash – ANZFA Labelling – Cookbook Scam – East Timo: Suai – Wellington Central – Land Erosion

TEENAGE CRASH: The aunt of a young Wairarapa man who was drunk when he killed himself and three others in an car accident says the driver would be very sorry.

ANZFA LABELLING: The Minister of Health is endorsing the newly proposed ANZFA food labelling food standard. Greens are unhappy about “may be GM” “may contain GM” labels. Wyatt Creech says that the “may” lables cannot be used as easily as people think.

COOKBOOK SCAM: Australia Women’s Weekly is angry about a scam that netted thousands from would be purchasers of cook books.

EAST TIMOR – SUAI: The commander of the NZ Battalion in Suai says a startling number of refugees are returning to their homes. An Irish and Canadian platoon are due shortly to join his forces.

WELLINGTON CENTRAL: The Alliance is meeting today to decide whether Phillida Bunkle should pull out of the race for Wellington Central.

LAND EROSION: New research says thousands of East Coast properties may be vulnerable to having their land eroded away from under them.

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