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Bush Unity Call – Clark Congratulates – All Black Payout – Police Recruits

- BUSH UNITY CALL: George W. Bush, the president-elect of the United States, has urged Americans to unite and move beyond any bitterness that might remain from his epic battle with democrat Al Gore.

- CLARK CONGRATULATES: Prime Minister Helen Clark congratulated United States president-elect George W. Bush on his election victory yesterday.

ALL BLACK PAYOUT: All Black management has come to a “financial arrangement” with a man who claimed he was attacked by All Black star Tana Umaga, Italian police say.

- POLICE RECRUITS: Police have deferred a third intake of recruits, fuelling warnings that continued budget cuts are risking public safety.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Minimum wage up, exemptions to go;
- Super bill over its first hurdle;
- Forgo wage, pregnant MP urged;
- NZ sails into Italian heart;
- Fireblight row brews over apples to Aussie;
- Jane Clifton about the House: Custcotting shows it’s time.

Editorial: A damned close run.



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