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Smoking Conference – Samuels Vengeful – Murderer on Parole - Bardot

SMOKING CONFERENCE – Taxpayers will pay part of the $130,000 bill for 38 New Zealanders to attend a six day anti smoking conference in Chicago.

SAMUELS VENGEFUL – Dover Samuels, cleared by police of rape and underage sex claims, vowed to uncover the shadowy people who he said tried to blackmail him and destroy his political career.

MURDERER ON PAROLE – The serial sex offender who murdered Auckland journalist Kylie Jones was on parole for another vicious attack.

BARDOT – Australian pop group Bardot is at the centre of a row over it’s performance at the Bledisloe Cup game in Wellington.

Inside Political Headlines:

- Claims in documents put Lee under scrutiny;
- Clark should not boycott Pacific Forum – Upton;
- Pharmacists complain of drug shortages;

EDITORIAL:squandering our money.

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