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Loan Dispensation For Doctors? – Tapping Stops – Waitara Policeman Fears For Life – Booze Free Example

-LOAN DISPENSATION FOR DOCTORS?: Young doctors could get a dispensation from student loans under proposals being considered by a group of cabinet ministers in an effort to stem the tide of junior doctor moving overseas to better paid jobs.

-TAPPING STOPS: The tapping from crew on the submarine trapped under the Barents Sea in the Arctic has stopped. A Russian Navy spokesman said the last message received from the tapping seamen was SOS – Save Our Souls.

- WAITARA POLICEMAN FEARS FOR LIFE: The Waitara policeman exonerated yesterday for the fatal shooting of Steven Wallace has moved out of Taranaki, saying he fears for his and his family’s lives.

BOOZE FREE EXAMPLE: Tranz Rail’s new boss has emptied his liquor cabinet and wants his staff to do the same.

Inside political headlines:

- Jobs bill passed but Brash dampens joy;
- National also wants Treaty clause in trade deal;
- Government told of danger of whistle-blower change;
- Iron your toga and let’s party – Jane Clifton’s About the House.

Editorial: Undermining confidence (Employment Relations Act)

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