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National Radio Midday Bulletin

Election Day - Four of the leaders of five main parties have already cast their votes and Richard Prebble is urging others to turn out and vote as are other party leaders, who made brief comments.

Election Day - An election official says polling booths have been busy despite bad weather in some areas.

Murder - A 53 year old woman has appeared in court in connection with the death of a Samo

Polio - An immunisation lobby group says a recent incident shows vaxines aren't safe. A woman contracted polio after her child was immunised.

Chechnya - Russia has carried out one of its heaviest bombardments so far on Chechnya.

Museum - Wellington has a second new museum on the waterfront. The museum looks at Wellington on land and see.

Mining Accident - The bodies of four men killed in a mining accident in New South Wales are to be recovered today.

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