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TV ONE NEWS MONITOR, 10 04 01


GISBORNE CERVICAL CANCER REPORT ISSUED

46 recommendations including audit of all cervical cases and mandatory training of medical staff involved in screening.

Government committed to carrying out recommendations and a British specialist will check progress on their implementation in six months.


Gisborne women effected are concerned about compensation and lawyer is seeking $50,000 for 40 of his clients.


A scare in Christchurch when tinder dry paddocks caught ablaze threatening nearby houses.


Leeds United football stars Lee Bowyer and Jonathan Woodgate get a temporary let-off in their trial for assaulting an Asian man when the victim's father's expose in an English tabloid led to the judge dismissing the jury.


A British couple have lost custody of twins they bought over the internet.

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