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1. TRAIN CRASH - A major investigation is underway after Australia's worst train crash in a decade. Six people are dead in New South Wales and the death toll could rise to 12.

2. WTO PROTESTS - US Police and the National Guard showed their force today after they were taken off guard by yesterday's protests in the World Trade Organisation talks in Seattle.

3. SCHOOL BAR - An elite boy's school in Christchurch has caused outrage at it's plans to install a bar fore senior pupils. The school says it will teach good drinking habits.

4. FRIGATE - New Zealand's second and last ANZAC frigate has arrived in New Zealand.

5. PLANE - An aviator has made history by piloting an ultralight plane across the Tasman.

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