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Property Relationship Law – Brierley Investigation – Sounds Mystery – Aircraft Deal – Surgery Sale – Flying Pig

- PROPERTY RELATIONSHIP LAW: Top judges and legal experts have expressed concern about changes to the laws governing the division of property when relationships break up.

- BRIERLEY INVESTIGATION: Brierley Investments was investigating former employees for discrepancies potentially amounting to millions of dollars, chairman Sir Selwyn Cushing said yesterday.

- SOUNDS MYSTERY: A sonar search by the navy for the bodies of Ben Smart and Olivia Hope had highlighted some “points of interest,” police said yesterday.

- AIRCRAFT DEAL: A New Zealand company is shortlisted to supply the Israel air force with up to 50 trainer aircraft in a deal worth US$25 million (NZ$62.5 million).

- SURGERY SALE: Ready-to-retire doctor Dinu Danesh has been advertising for a month to give away the one-man surgery he has run in Mangare for 30 years, but there are no takers for the $20,000 business.

- FLYING PIG: A 140-kilo pet pig rampaged through the aisles of an American aircraft after it was allowed to fly first class.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Pacific islands forum defers decision on next venue;
- Contamination fears over imported corn products;
- Labour MPs check their performance;
- Maori programmes conflict – academic;
- Miners may get approval to enter Timberlands land;
- Labour down in poll;
- Trust told of Fort land sale plans
- Murder charge over death in 1971.

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