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Kiwi Bank – Killer Guppies – Wellington Medical School – Jane Clifton About The House

- KIWI BANK: Alliance Leader Jim Anderton’s Kiwi bank could come back to the taxpayer for more money if it needed to be bailed out, the Government and New Zealand Post said yesterday.

- KILLER GUPPIES: Fish describe by the Conservation Department as “little killer guppies” have been found in Manawatu for the first time.

- WELLINGTON MEDICAL SCHOOL: Otago University has enraged 14 senior doctors by playing down roles at Wellington School of Medicine.

- JANE CLIFTON ABOUT THE HOUSE: Much in the way that David Hartnell says his lips are sealed and he’s not one to gossip, Michael Cullen insisted yesterday that no decent politician would EVER leak information from a confidential state document.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Striking vets selfish – Mallard;
- Cullen blames ‘Tory rats’ for leaking business plan;
- Kiwi bank aims for profit within three years;
- PM declares confidence in Bunkle and Hobs;
- Plans to protect Belmont Park.

Editorial: Open up the Family Court.

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