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E-Warfare - Roading - Pinochet - Tennis Refunds

E-WARFARE: An environmental campaigner Nicky Hager says the case of a leaked email raises wider issues of SOE management. Hager says that the incident raises questions about the millions spent by Timberlands on political campaigns.

ROADING: Transport Minister Mark Gosche says that there is a backlog of roading projects caused by underfunding.

PINOCHET: British Judge considering the Pinochet case is expected to announce his decision on Pinochet's deportation next week.

TENNIS REFUNDS: Qantas has offered compensation to 500 tennis fans who did not receive quarter-final tickets as promised. Lawyer says that some ticket-holders are happy.

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