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The Dominion

Get It Right – Possum Bikinis - $3.4 million for Fitness – Car On Runway – Parliamentary Flings – Right to Fight and Sell Sex – Drunken Woman Naked – Baddeley Roll – Art Power

GET IT RIGHT: The lead story of the Dominion reports the Government has taken the unusual step of criticising the Reserve Bank and the Treasury after figures out yesterday showed they had grossly underestimated inflation.

Also on the front page:

-POSSUM BIKINIS The front page photo shows model Emily Ansell wearing a possum skin bikini.

-3.4 MILLION FOR FITNESS: More than $3.4 million is paid each year to police who pass fitness tests.

-CAR ON RUNWAY: A lost driver motoring down Auckland airport’s runway forced a flight carrying 218 passengers to abort it’s landing 50 seconds from touchdown on Tuesday.

-PARLIAMENTARY FLINGS: If you are looking for a extra-marital fling don’t make a pass at a Labour MP – it’s frowned upon.

-RIGHT TO FIGHT AND SELL SEX: Women should be allowed to sell sex and fight in wars according to Women’s Affairs Minister Laila Harre.

-DRUNKEN WOMAN NAKED: A morning dip failed to sober a near naked woman whom police arrested in Oriental Bay yesterday.

-BADDELEY ROLL: If the performance of Australian Open golf champion Aaron Baddeley at Paraparaumu yesterday is anything to go by, the teenager is the one to watch in the New Zealand Open starting today.

-ART POWER: The Dominion’s editorial argues that artists are misusing their power – bringing in strange, gimmicky and offensive art to sell tickets.

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