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Winz Bungle Angers Students - Nandor Tanzsos - Mike Moore Threatened - Murder In Danniverke - Global Waming - Sumo Shocker

WINZ BUNGLE ANGERS STUDENTS: A Winz bungle causes chaos at Canterbury University. Enrolment nightmare for more than 2000 students who have been told their loans have not been processed yet. Students not happy. Fears Canterbury's woes are just the tip of the iceberg. Winz is having a close look at its computer systems. Steve Maharey is promising quick action. Students Associations are ex

NANDOR TANZSOS: An attack on Parliamentary drunks from a new MP Nandor Tanzsos. Parliament's pinup boy for cannabis reform attacks fellow MPs for their drinking. "Drunk in charge of a country". The PM says she would not tolerate her MPs drinking excessively.

MIKE MOORE THREATENED: Security scare for WTO head Mike Moore in Thailand. Protection around the former NZ MP has been strengthened. Meanwhile a runaway elephant out of control in Bangkok was also causing traffic jams.

MURDER: Fatal shooting near Danniverke - a man has been charged with murder.

GLOBAL WARMING: Climate experts gathering in Auckland say sea levels may grow half a metre a century. 120 climate scientists say there could be major problems with climate refugees as sea levels rise. 150 million people could be made homeless.

SUMO SHOCKER: Fans of sumo wrestling are angry after a former wrestler has broken the code of silence and says that many sumo matches have been fixed by the fighters. In the past two sumo wrestlers who accused the sport of being rigged died suddenly in a hospital on the same day - it is suspected they were murdered by gangsters.

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