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Medal Momentum – Dental Spray Fears – Tainui Confusion Paula Yates Dead

- MEDAL MOMENTUM: Pressure is mounting on single sculler Rob Waddell to strike Olympic gold as he turned on the power yesterday, while all around him hopes for early New Zealand medals were being dashed.

- DENTAL SPRAY FEARS: Oral water sprays commonly used by dentists have been found to contain bacteria levels high enough to kill people with weak immune systems.

- TAINUI CONFUSION: The debt-ridden Tainui iwi was in constitutional chaos last night, with conflicting meetings of the tribe’s parliament leaving uncertainty as to who was actually in charge.

- PAULA YATES DEAD: Television personality Paula Yates has been found dead. Cause of death will not be known until after an autopsy, and police say the death will be treated as suspicious until the cause of death is known.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Nick Venter Political Week: Honeymoon’s over, time to sort out the housekeeping;
- Labour’s support holding, poll shows;
- NZ, France agree to settle exports row;
- Public input wanted on new food rules;
- Cullen explains dollar comment;
- Kiwi soldiers can now fire without warning;
- Currency union debate warning.

Editorial: Trying to keep secrets.

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