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Kiwi Bank – Tests Bungled – All Blacks Pay Tribute – Shark Attack

- KIWI BANK: Kiwi Bank branches could open for business by the middle of next year as the Government moves to turn Deputy Prime Minister Jim Anderton’s vision of a publicly owned low-fees bank into a reality.

- TESTS BUNGLED: Six children had to be tested for HIV and hepatitis B after Hutt Hospital used the wrong type of blood testing equipment.

- ALL BLACKS PAY TRIBUTE: Anton Oliver was moved to tears, as the All Blacks visited the Passchendaele monument, near Poperinghe on the Belgium border, to pay tribute to the 16,000 New Zealand soldiers who died in the battle of Broodseinde, 4 October, 1917.

- SHARK ATTACK: Two men fought desperately to fend off a shark as it fatally mauled their friend, Ken Crew, 49, off one of Perth’s most popular beaches yesterday.

Inside Political Headlines:
- National vote likely to get trade deal through;
- Clark plays down Lee’s use of the H-word;
- Roddick shares Body Shop philosophies;
- Bill seeks to amend laws on ‘hearing dogs’;
- Nearly 300 mediation requests in first month;
- Big team for climate talks;
- Scrap CYFS, says refuge boss;
- PM confirms asylum case.

Editorial: Too potent to be misused.

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