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Taiwan Crash – New Ferry – ACC Debacle

- TAIWAN CRASH: Wellington woman Tonia Joy, one of two New Zealanders to survive the crash of a Singapore Airways jumbo jet in Taiwan yesterday, described it as “like a big bomb.”

- NEW FERRY: Following the withdrawal of the TopCat fast ferry from Cook Strait crossings, Tranz Rail moved to bring in a bigger fast ferry for its Lynx service and axe the freight ferry Arahanga from next month.

- ACC DEBACLE: A man who has trouble standing and walking has been told by ACC to set himself up as a personal fitness trainer.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Goff defends Doone’s $140,000 report;
- Maori group tells of funding offer to drop claim;
- Quitline inundated with calls;
- Clark attacks critics over Dyson affair;
- Government offered Motorola cash;
- Schools added to scheme;
- New head for leisure group.

Editorial: Dyson sets a new standard.

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