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Taxman targets website owners - When 'Jumbo' means the small ones - Whopper meter in your pocket - Bullied schoolboy stabbed to death - Taunt of racism in business row - Perk-buster's blunder opened the cab door to free riders - Bustling undersea city grows around frigate - Tobacco fighters getting anxious

- TAXMAN TARGETS WEBSITE OWNERS - The tax department has obtained the personal details of who owns all 80,000 websites registered in New Zealand so it can tax trade over the internet.

- WHEN 'JUMBO' MEANS THE SMALL ONES - At first glance it's obvious. Of course it's an elephant.

- WHOPPER METER IN YOUR POCKET - Bad news for cheating spouses, promise-anything-to-win politicians and other habitual liars.

- BULLIED SCHOOLBOY STABBED TO DEATH - Britain has been shocked by the violent death in London of a 10 year-old refugee from Nigeria, allegedly the victim of bullies harrassing him at school.

-TAUNT OF RACISM IN BUSINESS ROW - A long-running dispute between two business partners degenerated into unbusinesslike language yesterday with one accusing the other of racism.

- PERK BUSTER'S BLUNDER OPENED THE CAB DOOR TO FREE RIDERS - Perk-buster Rodney Hide last night admitted having lost a book of taxpayer-funded MPs' taxi chits that were then fraudulently used around Auckland.

-BUSTLING UNDERSEA CITY GROWS AROUND FRIGATE - She sits proudly upright at a depth of 28m beneath the Pacific swell, but the veteran warship Waikato is far from lonely.

-TOBACCO FIGHTERS GETTING ANXIOUS - Anti-smoking lobbyists believe that the Government has gone cold on suing tobacco companies.



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