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National Radio 8.30am Bulletin

Incis – Christchurch Health – Booking System – East Timor – Chechnya – Stagecoach Strike

INCIS: Police Association believes ambitious police managers were responsible for the INCIS project coming unstuck.

CHRISTCHURCH HEALTH: 300 nurses and health workers in Christchurch will strike today.

BOOKING SYSTEM: The South Auckland Health chief says the booking system still needs more work but that it has improved the situation from the previous waiting list system.

EAST TIMOR: Indonesian President says he has sent a letter to the UN Secretary General handing over control of East Timor to the UN. He says there is no need for a ceremony.

CHECHNYA: There are conflicting reports on escalating fighting in Chechnya. Russians report they are advancing. Chechens say they are under bombardment but are not under frontal attack.

STAGECOACH STRIKE: Auckland Stagecoach bus company and 300 drivers have avoided legal action after agreeing to go to mediation.


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