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Tiger’s Coming – Crowe Kidnap Plot – Ambulance Speed – Foot And Mouth

- TIGER’S COMING: World No. 1 golfer Tiger Woods will play in a New Zealand PGA tournament at Parapraumu beach, his Kiwi caddy Steve Williams said yesterday.

- CROWE KIDNAP PLOT: A plot to kidnap Russell Crowe has been uncovered, and the threat to the New Zealand born actor may not be over.

- AMBULANCE SPEED: Chief ambulance officers have set an immediate nationwide speed limit for ambulances responding to emergency callouts at a maximum of 30km over the posted speed limit, after the death of an Auckland woman who was run over by an ambulance.

- FOOT AND MOUTH: Australian Trade Minister Mark Vaile said Australia was positioning itself to take advantage of Europe’s foot and mouth crisis, but his New Zealand opposite has ruled out such a “boorish” approach.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Big revamp suggested for tertiary education;
- National to contest Central, Ohariu-Belmont;
- Seven funded to antismoking forum;
- ‘Unexpected’ award a thrill for principal ballet dancer;
- Taxpayers’ rights charter unveiled;
- Doctor at centre of inquiries dies;
- Maharey backs social shakers and movers.

Editorial: Mad mullahs unfit to rule.

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