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HighLights of the AAP National Wire at 19:15, April 13=2

AAP General News (Australia)
HighLights of the AAP National Wire at 19:15, April 13=2

DARWIN - East Timor's President Jose Ramos-Horta says he is not concerned for his safety
when he returns home next week because God and his countrymen are on his side. (Timor

SYDNEY - First it ran a boob job competition, now a men's magazine is set to cause
outrage again by giving its readers the chance to score a divorce. (Divorce - embargoed
until 0001 (AEST) Monday)

CANBERRA - The nation's longest surviving heart-lung transplant recipient, grandmother
Shirley Larsen, has urged people to talk to their families about organ donation, as 1,800
Australians wait for transplants. (Organ)

SYDNEY - A new financial rescue package is aimed at helping struggling families cope
with the rising cost of living, NSW Premier Morris Iemma says. (Household Nightlead)

SYDNEY - Doctors will be forced to report their colleagues for serious misconduct under
changes to NSW laws prompted by the case of a former gynaecologist accused of mutilating
female patients. (Doctors Nightlead)

SYDNEY - Wollongong MP Noreen Hay has again denied any wrongdoing in the wake of the
corruption inquiry into the NSW south coast council. (Planner, to come - embargoed to
0001 AEST Monday)

SYDNEY - A 31-year old Doonside man has faced court charged with attempted murder following
a shooting incident in Sydney's west. (Matthews)

MELBOURNE - First there was Kevin07, now Victorian Liberals are preparing for 2010
with a slogan of their own: 20Ted. (Baillieu)

MELBOURNE - Victorian teachers have welcomed a coalition promise to pay them more if
it wins the next state election. (Teachers Vic Nightlead)

MELBOURNE - A teenage boy suffered a broken jaw, smashed teeth and fractures to his
legs and wrists when he fell through a fibre glass roof while out graffitiing property
in Melbourne. (Graffiti)

BRISBANE - Every Queensland firefighter will be tested for brain cancer amid fears
the profession could result in a higher incidence of the disease. (Cluster Nightlead)

BRISBANE - Queensland Premier Anna Bligh has ruled out any review of her state's euthanasia
laws despite popular former Brisbane lord mayor Clem Jones leaving $5 million in his will
to support the controversial practice. (Euthanasia Nightlead)

BRISBANE - A forum held in Brisbane today for 96 Queensland delegates to next weekend's
2020 summit was not an exercise in parochialism, Queensland Premier Anna Bligh says. (Summit

BRISBANE - Queensland Premier Anna Bligh says her first trade mission to Asia was an
eye-opening experience. (Trade Bligh)

PERTH - A sick humpback whale trapped in a private harbour north of Perth has died.

(Whale Nightlead)

DARWIN - Police have identified a man found dead in a Northern Territory river yesterday. (Body)

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