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Trans-Tasman Migration – Kiwi Bank Row – Saltmarsh Mosquito - Oily Penguins – CYFS Deal

- TRANS-TASMAN MIGRATION: Australians will be treated more favourably than New Zealanders under a trans-Tasman migration deal agreed yesterday.

- KIWI BANK ROW: ACT NZ leader Richard Prebble is calling for the head of NZ Post chairman Ross Armstrong over the Kiwi bank documents row.

- SALTMARSH MOSQUITO: Auckland could face extra health costs amounting to hundreds of millions of dollars if the disease carrying Australian southern saltmarsh mosquito found an hour from the city becomes established.

- OILY PENGUINS: Penguin chicks have been found fouled with what appears to be oil close to an abandoned United States research station in Antarctica, scientists say.

- CYFS DEALS: Child Youth and Family Service made about five secret settlements last year with people claiming to have been hurt by social welfare, chief Social Worker Mike Doolan confirmed yesterday.

Inside Political Headlines:
- The day the messenger bit the postie’s ‘dog’ – and won;
- Trade agreement with US not expected soon;
- Unions keep tabs on Howard’s brief NZ visit;
- Security boss sees no sure leak foil;
- Maritime surveillance potions report due;
- PM approves of forum host;
- Farmer ahead in ACT race, say supporters.

Editorial: Bunkle must be ousted.

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