INDEPENDENT NEWS

National Radio 10am Bulletin

Published: Mon 27 Dec 1999 10:07 AM
1. STORM DEATHS - The number of people killed by fierce storms in Europe has reached at least 67.
2. CHINA - A court in China has handed down jail sentences for people declared as following a cult.
3. HIJACK - The ruling Taliban in Afghanistan say they will not hurry along a hijacked plane landed on one of their airports.
4. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE - A South Auckland women's refuge has launched a campaign to cut down on domestic violence.
5. BABY IN FLIGHT - A premature baby was born in flight as her mother was being taken to Wellington Hospital.
6. RACE - In yachting an Australian and a Danish yacht are ahead in the Sydney to Hobart yacht race.
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