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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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