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Main stories in today's 1300 2GB News


AAP General News (Australia)
12-05-2006
Main stories in today's 1300 2GB News

SYDNEY, Dec 5 AAP - Main stories in today's 1300 2GB News:

- A coup in Fiji appears to be finally underway with the President Ratu Josefa Iloilo
dissolving the nation's parliament and sanctioning the Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase's
removal.

- Kevin Rudd and his deputy Julia Gillard are to begin a ten-day campaign tour to sell
Labor's new leadership team to the nation.

- NSW could gain a bigger share of the lucrative tourist diving market under a plan
to purchase and scuttle decommissioned navy vessels.

- Sydney's New Year's Eve revellers are being promised a spectacular light and fireworks
tribute to the Harbour Bridge.

- A gun which fires nails and a floatation vest which tears easily are among a series
of toys which have been taken off the shelves over safety concerns.

- It's been a miserable start to the final day of the second Ashes Test in Adelaide
for England with the visitors now five for 77.

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KEYWORD: MONITOR 2GB 1300 SYDNEY

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