Radio hoax station set for review
The Australian radio station at the centre of the UK royal hospital hoax phone call has said it will review its broadcasting practices.
King Edward VII hospital nurse Jacintha Saldanha was found dead three days after putting through a call which gathered details of the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge's condition.
The hoax call was made by DJs Mel Greig and Michael Christian, who have been taken off air and are being counselled.
Neither have commented but do want to speak to the media, a spokeswoman said.
An inquest into Mrs Saldanha's death is due to open this week.