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The Christchurch Press

Mortgage Rates - SIS Recruits - Slain Soldier - Soldier Death - East Timor - Peter Ellis

MORTGAGE RATES Reserve bank interest rate cuts are likely to reduce home loan interest rates. The cut was in response to a slowdown in the economies of our major trading partners.

SIS RECRUITS The New Zealand Security Intelligence Service are actively seeking recruits for the first time in decades. The Service will run a series of ads throughout New Zealand newspapers.

SLAIN SOLDIER John McNutt is to have a full miliary funeral. An American bomb in Kuwait killed him.

SOLDIER DEATH - EAST TIMOR Boyd Atkins was killed in East Timor while undergoing peacekeeping duties.

PETER ELLIS An 18 year old man and his family approached police in January.

Inside political stories:
- Beneficiaries get increase
- Wilson apologies to head of security firm
- Teacher pay claim lambasted by MP
- PM faces embarrassing allegations

Editorial: An end to the crèche case?
World: More fights as blockades rise
Sport: Heat goes on top-order duo


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