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ZB Wellington Midday Bulletin

Angry Fijians - Needles Found - Computer Crime - Cop Charged - Prison Officer Charged - Moana Sinclair - Japiti Crash - Rapist Jailed - Robson Pledge - TransAlta Prices - Harry Potter - Markets

1. Angry Fijians storm another resort

2. Needles found at Auckland park

3. Police can't cope with computer crime

4. Levin cop charged with cannabis supply

5. Chch prison officer on same charge

6. Moana Sinclair cleared of several charges

7. Japiti crash puts man in hospital

8. Prostitute rapist jailed for nine years

9. Matt Robson resign pledge over private prisons versus public ones

10. Wellington energy watchdog not surprised by TransAlta price rise

11. Stampede of little feet in Wellington as Harry Potter book goes on sale

12. Markets

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