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BLUMSKY vows red light for sex bar - Lesbians come out to party - Viennese festival presence 'a coup' - Imported heroin linked to capital death - Kapiti cops get new shop - Inside headlines - Editorial

Blumsky vows red light for sex bar: No sex please, this is Courtenay Place.

Lesbians come out to party: Wellington's lesbians will come out to party this weekend as the annual Lesbian-Queer Women Festival gets into full swing.

Viennese festival presence 'a coup': One of the world's most famous orchestras and Australia's best soprano feature in the first two events confirmed for the capital's international arts festival next year.

Imported heroin linked to death: Hard-hitting imported heroin has been found in Wellington and has already been linked to one death.

Kapiti cops get new shop: Paraparaumu is to get a new police station.

Inside headlines
- Rankin bill could top $1.25 million, says lawyers;
- City sippers can still swill at Easter;
- Unlucky? A great day for a haircut;
- Churches preparing for packed pews;
- Prem babies at risk from bed shortage, says doctor;
- TV star Nyree Dawn Porter dies

Sports lead
Yates promises forward assault: There were those, in New Zealand rugby's top echelon a couple of years ago who downgraded the scrum battle to a mere restarting point of the game.

Editorial: Reflections on Easter in the city of choice

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