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National Radio 8am Bulletin

Dover Samuels – Carol Stigley – Moscow Bombing – Kylie Jones – Pinochet – Doctors Strike – Shameless Rogue – Christchurch Shooting – Al Gore

DOVER SAMUELS: Dover Samules is investigating taking court action against his accusers. A family spokesman for the woman at the centre of allegations says she stands by her claims.

CAROL STIGLEY: A special meeting of the LGNZ Council has been called tomorrow in Christchurch to discuss the Carol Stigley affair.

MOSCOW BOMBING: The Russian President has taken personal control over the investigation into a central Moscow bomb blast. A second bomb was found near the site.

KYLIE JONES: Holes have been found in the Probation Service’s handling of the case of the man who has plead guilty to the murder of Auckland journalist Kylie Jones.

PINOCHET: General Augusto Pinochet has been stripped of his immunity from prosecution. Human Rights Campaigners are celebrating.

DOCTORS STRIKE: Junior Doctors are taking strike action over a pay claim of 20%. The Doctors are upset at having to work double shifts and at having their holidays cancelled.

SHAMELESS ROGUE: A man described as a shameless rogue has been banned from ever trading again in New South Wales. The man is now trading in Auckland.

CHRISTCHURCH SHOOTING: A suburban street in Chirstchurch is cordoned off following the shooting of a man.

AL GORE: Al Gore has officially named Joseph Leiberman as his running mate for the Presidential elections.

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