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Concorde – Distillery Auctioned – George Speight – Manaia Occupation – Child Assault And Neglect – Political Headlines

The Dominion leads today with a report on the Concorde Crash.

Also on the front page:

- A report on the Auction of Wilson’s distillery in Dunedin.

- A report on the arrest of George Speight in Fiji.

- A report that Taranaki Police are seeking a meeting with a dozen Maoris – reported to be armed – who have occupied a farm near Manaia.

- A report that a couple jailed for child assault and neglect could be sent home for home detention in three weeks.

Political Headlines:

Hallmark mutilation worries PM
Making a meal out of a fondue
Hawkins looks at scrapping last year’s gun bill
Super Fund: do it now, support it later, says Cullen
School bus memories differ
Party head called on to scold Samuels
New tasks for some ministers
Amnesty gets rights award

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