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Waterfront Dispute – Murdered Jogger – Masterton Toddler Murder – Stroppy Contact Shareholders – Public Service Pay

- WATERFRONT DISPUTE: About 50 police in a V-formation escorted a truck carrying North Island watersiders through a 150-strong throng of jeering pickets at the Port of Nelson last night.

- MURDERED JOGGER: The injuries that caused the death of Wellington woman Margaret-Lynne Baxter were inflicted at a house in Hastings after she had been hit by a car while jogging on the outskirts of the city, an autopsy has confirmed.

- MASTERTON TODDLER MURDER: A man has been charged with murder after a two-year-old boy was found dead in bed in his Masterton home yesterday.

- STROPPY CONTACT SHAREHOLDERS: Small shareholder champion David Zwartz is calling on Contact Energy chairman Phil Pryke to resign.

- PUBLIC SERVICE PAY: More bonuses than first thought are being dished out to public servants, prompting the Government to warn that it could take up to five years to stamp out the practice.

Inside Headlines:
- Backward step for mega-merger;
- Goff demands nuclear warnings;
- Kopu inquiry still open;
- MPs allowances under spotlight;
- MP’s sick daughter doing well;
- Remedies needed for bad laws;
- Financial strife in seven hospitals.

Editorial: Nuke fears foolish.

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