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National Radio 8am Bulletin

National Radio 8am Bulletin

Phillida Bunkle – Britomart – Child Abuse – Chechnya – Migrant Doctors – Toxic Waste

PHILLIDA BUNKLE: Alliance Leader Jim Anderton says the decision to withdraw Phillida Bunkle from the Wellington Central seat is a local initiative which follows consultation in the electorate. Richard Prebble says he expects to receive some of

BRITOMART: Mayor of Auckland says the possibility of legal action will not change her council’s decision to drop the Britomart project.

CHILD ABUSE: Accusations that cases of Child Abuse are not being adequately reported by doctors and teachers.

CHECHNYA: The UNHCR is concerned at the state of refugees trapped on the Chechen border.

MIGRANT DOCTORS: Doctors say a package aimed at migrant doctors is disappointing.

TOXIC WASTE: Ministry of Environment says a new toxic waste facility would be ideal to clean up Mapua, but is too expensive.




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