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Kosovo Graves Nato peacekeepers say they are uncovering new evidence of mass murders in Kosovo as they enter the province and Serb forces withdraw.

Once Were Warriors - Don McKinnon gives a wide ranging to the to the RSA Conference, where he defends the Government's treatment of veterans and mulls over diplomacy and guns.

Parliament Restarts - After a week break, Parliament continues its long winter session today. This morning RNZ is reporting that in a straw poll of backbenchers, eleven of twenty three believe Cabinet needs to improve its performance. The MPs point to poor issues management in matter such as the Tourism Board, the Fire Service, electricity price increases, the new driver licensing system, the Incis police computer and increased funding for minority Government supporter, Alamein Kopu as damaging chances of re-election.

Another Party - Frank Grovcr, the wandering Alliance MP, will take his seat in Parliament as a member of Christian Heritage today. He is expected to receive a less than cordial reception from his former caucus members.

Solomon Islands - Growing violence in the Solomon Islands has led to New Zealand's High Commissioner there to re-iterate a warning to Kiwis not to travel to the area unless it's essential. There has been escalating tension between the indigenous people of the main island of Guadalcanal who resent the presence of settlers from Malaita Island.

Balance Of Payments The Alliance says in the Parliament wire that figures out today will show that the overseas debt mountain continues to grow

HIV And Privacy - The case of a boy with HIV and how schools juggle their duties and responsibilities has brought the focus back on a number of emotional issues. In the Parliament wire, and ACT MP says the HIV scare shows the stupidity of the Privacy Act. In the same wire, the Government says "Schools To Get Further Guidance For HIV Students"

IMAGE: New Anzac Memorial Planned - New Zealand and Australia's shared benefits of peace and burdens of war are commemorated in a Canberra memorial design unveiled yesterday by Prime Minister Jenny Shipley. Kingsley Baird and the Wellington-based Studio of Pacific Architecture have won the international competition to design the memorial from more than 100 submissions. Their design incorporates the input of several other contributors. See.. IMAGE: Memorial Will Symbolise ANZAC Sharing in the Parliament wire.

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