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Child’s Body Found – Closing The Gaps – Auckland Power – Nuclear Free Zone – Middle East Peace – Northland GP Crisis

CHILD’S BODY FOUND: The police are bringing in forensic experts to help identify the remains of a child found near Mangakino in the central north island. The remains are thought to have been there for more than a year.

CLOSING THE GAPS: Minister Tariana Turia says the government needs at least three terms as government to deliver to Maori.

AUCKLAND POWER: The New Chairperson of the Auckland Consumers Trust says the trust is working towards an equal payout of $150 million of Vector Energy Dividends to 200,000 consumers.

NUCLEAR FREE ZONE: The Green Party says the Government must keep reminding Australia that its stance on Nuclear material is what is stopping a South Pacific Nuclear Free Zone.

MIDDLE EAST PEACE: The latest killing in the Middle East of an Israeli by a Palestinian comes just as talks between Israel and Palestine resume in Egypt.

GP CRISIS: Doctors in a far north town facing a GP crisis will take proposals to the Northland Health Board.


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