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Samuels Back - Chatroom Hero - Black Cables - Jane Clifton About The House

- SAMUELS BACK: Former Maori Affairs Minister Dover Samuels returned to the executive as parliamentary undersecretary to Economic Development Minister Jim Anderton.

- CHATROOM HERO: An Auckland teenager is being credited with preventing a United States high school mass shooting, after the FBI was alerted that a boy had said on the Internet he was going to “torture and kill” his classmates.

- BLACK CABLES: A last ditch attempt will be made today to avert court action over the thick black telecommunication cables visually polluting much of suburban Wellington.

- JANE CLIFTON ABOUT THE HOUSE: For perhaps the first time in history, Richard Prebble and Winston Peters were utterly united.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Benefit only with father’s name;
- Air points opinion sought;
- Pay cut worth job satisfaction;
- Call to use Singapore-NZ trade pact;
- Speed of publication a surprise for staff,

Editorial: MP’s perks up in the air.

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