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The Christchurch Press

BSE, New Zealand spin off - Violent Crime - Sir Donald Bradman - Canterbury fire risk

BSE, NEW ZEALAND SPIN OFF Farmers here are set to gain higher returns for exported meet, in addition to a boost to our clean green image as a result of the BSE scare sweeping Britain.

VIOLENT CRIME Violent crime is on the increase with a 20% increase in violent offences involving threats and intimidation, 30% increase in robbery, and a 4% increase in violent crime offences overall.

SIR DONALD BRADMAN Australian Cricketer Sir Donald Bradman died at age 92. His test average was 99.94

CANTERBURY FIRE RISK Extra care on public conservation land has been called for as the fire danger hovers at extreme around parts of Canterbury.

Inside political stories:

- Fit-to-fly fight goes to court
- NZ Post backs off appeal
- Aust seeks free trade with US
- Trade tariff 'resentment'
- PM's husband 'pays personally for travel'
- MP faces defamation suit after 'romp' claim
- Group gunning for MMP

World: Outbreak worsens
Sport: Stop-Start rugby irks Brumbies
Editorial: Tackling global warming

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