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Victory Parade – Treaty Clauses – Timor Clash

- VICTORY PARADE: The streets of Wellington were paved with black and gold yesterday as tens of thousands of fans paid tribute to their rugby team, NPC winners the Wellington Lions.

- TREATY CLAUSES: Including Treaty of Waitangi provisions in new health legislation could invite racial unrest, Race Relations Conciliator Rajen Prasad said yesterday.

- TIMOR CLASH: New Zealand soldiers opened fire on a group of armed militiamen six kilometres north of Suai in East Timor early yesterday, killing one.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Student loan processing system gets $6m boost;
- Lower fees at Kiwi Bank says Anderton;
- TrustPower joins Wellington market;
- Obstructive ministers blamed for query spate;
- Historic hilltop pine to get the chop;
- McKinnon’s ‘kids’ comment upsets Fiji.

Editorial: Proof of the pudding.



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