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Christine Pulls A Rankin – US Sorry – New PCA

- CHRISTINE PULLS A RANKIN: Christine Rankin is suing the Government, claiming that politicians interfered in a decision not to reappoint her as the boss of the Department of Work and Income.

- US SORRY: China agreed last night the free all 24 crew of a United States spy plane after Washington said it was “very sorry” for the plane’s entry into Chinese airspace and for the death of a Chinese pilot.

- NEW PCA: An independent body, including private investigators, is to replace the Police Complaints Authority.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Take screening from ministry –women;
- Meridian now looking at $1 billion hydro scheme;
- Medical system for pilots flawed, say professors;
- Kiwi bank beer ad no joke for Jim;
- Labour MP seconds call for euthanasia legislation;
- Sex abuse fears change education – book.

Editorial: Legislating for leisure.

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