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Car Chase - Car Shooters - Jim’s Job Machine - Adverts Childrens Tv - Tainui Rugby - Windless Cup - Rachel Hunter

CAR CHASE: A high speed car chased by police has killed an innocent 23-year-old woman driver in Wanganui.

CAR SHOOTER: A twenty-eight-year-old man has appeared in a Wanganui court after he allegedly fired shots from his car into another.

JIM’S JOB MACHINE: A Super Ministry of Development created by Alliance Minister Jim Anderton, plans to give over 100 million dollars to industry,

ADVERTS CHILDRENS TV: Broadcasting Minister Marian Hobbs is considering banning advertisements from children’s television programmes.

TAINUI RUGBY: The Auckland Warriors rugby league club is in turmoil after the Tainui Tribe ousted two board members from the club’s management and took total financial control of the club.

WINDLESS CUP: The wind stayed away for the fourth time for today’s planned America’s Cup race and officials have decided to hold racing on tommorrow, initially scheduled as a lay-day.

RACHEL HUNTER: Supermodel Rachel Hunter had fun relaxing while waiting for the America’s Cup racing to start, saying she will wait “as long as it takes.”

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