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National Radio 10am Bulletin

HEARING: A hearing on Timberlands beech logging scheme is underway on the West Coast while the new ministers are taking legal advice.

CHECHNYA: An end to a suspension of bombing of Grozny has occurred with more shelling of the city.

MEAT: The Meat Workers Union say workers will picket the Alliance meat works if they appoint non-unionised workers after contract disputes.

AUCKLAND: An Auckland Mayoral Forum has asked parliament not to tamper with Infrastructure Auckland – the Auckland funding body.

SNAP: Auckland police have launched Operation Snap – a crackdown on burglary in the city.

FIRE: A fire in a Wellington apartment tower has rekindled the debate over compulsory smoke alarms.

WEBER: Andrew Lloyd Weber’s Phantom of the Opera has been hailed the most successful production of the century with box office sales of $3 billion.

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