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More Bonuses – Yachting Romance - Illegitimate Daughter – Ecstasy Bust

- MORE BONUSES: It has been revealed Transport Ministry staff received an average bonus of $5685 each last year, as the Government starts an inquiry into bonuses and special payments in the public service.

- YACHTING ROMANCE: Nautical love was in the air at Queens’ Wharf when Stuart Whyte slipped an engagement ring on Jennie Jackson’s finger minutes after the Englishwoman finished the third leg of the BT Global Challenge from Buenos Aires yesterday.

- ILLEGITIMATE DAUGHTER: Famed civil rights leader Jesse Jackson has fathered an out-of-wedlock daughter with a top aide whom he took to the White House while she was pregnant to meet United States President Bill Clinton.

- ECSTASY BUST: Auckland customs officers have seized a shipment of the party drug ecstasy with a retail value of $2 million – the biggest such bust they have made.

Inside Headlines:
- Alarm at mystery bank account;
- Tattoos erased in bid to get jobs;
- TV repairer loses fight against broadcast fee;
- Telecom ‘forced’ to cut line rentals;
- Vet fined for $13,000 theft;
- Concern over Nuclear shipment;
- Industry NZ head named;
- Majestic redwoods add to park’s allure.

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