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Bronze Sailors – Lily’s Foreign Roots – Shark Attack – Cold Snap

- BRONZE SAILORS: Boardsailors Barbara Kendall and Aaron McIntosh won Bronze to instantly doubled New Zealand’s medal tally yesterday.

- LILY’S FOREIGN ROOTS: Researchers from Massey University’s institute of molecular biosciences have found that the iconic Mt Cook Lily, along with several other native species, came from overseas.

- SHARK ATTACK: A New Zealand man died yesterday after being attacked by a shark believed to be a white pointer while surfing in South Australia.

- COLD SNAP: Wintry weather is expected to return with a vengeance in the North Island today as two weather systems clashed, MetService said.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Prebble acts up as his party simmers and polls poorly;
- Teachers plead for reduced workload;
- Fire Service in $150,000 slipup;
- Clark asked to explain;
- Government plan to loot SOEs draws draws Kedgley’s ire.

Editorial: Simon Upton Bows Out.

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