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National Radio Midday Bulletin

CYPFA REVIEW: CYPFA is to conduct a review into the involvement of the agency in a family in which a four year old boy died at the hands of his mothers partner.

TURKISH QUAKE: 3800 confirmed dead, 19000 injured, after Turkish earthquake. Disease spread a concern.

BOMBED: The third explosion this week has rocked Fiji. Like the other two it is believed to be politically motivated.

LABOUR: Labour will leave it to courts to work out who is at fault with INCIS project.

BLOOD: The Blood service is deliberating whether to accept donations from people who visited Britain during the mad cow disease scare.

TRIAL: The trial of two men accused in the Bouma home invasion case will not be heard away from Rotorua.

DOGS: Dog breeders and vets have told a committee that proposed legislation to control so called dangerous dogs will be unenforceable, because of identification problems.

LIGHTERS: The Commerce Commission has told retailers they could be fined if they sell lighters which don’t comply with new safety regulations

SAFETY SCHEME: A Kawerau scheme to lower drink driving is working according to police.

TRIAL: Jury in Watson Trial has been given an extra half day off.

TATTOO: Tickets to the Edinburgh Tattoo have sold out.

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