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Child of ANZAC: Ten-year-old Henare Mihare woke before 5am today to attend his first ANZAC Day parade - proudly wearing his grandad's war medals.

Judges eye capital hunk: Wellington men are hunky.

Winner told he had wrong tickets: Just a few hours before striking it rich in Saturday's Lotto Draw "Helen" of Taita told he husband he had got the wrong tickets.

Fliers may fare well from airline fallout: Travellers may end up better off in the slipstream of Qantas New Zealand's collapse.

Inside headlines
- RNZAF plane snatches evacuees from ice;
- New Kiwi defence policy won't hurt bond - Howard;
- Soldier's watch tells prisoner's wartime tale;
- Executed soldier a hero, says family researcher;
- Mallard says no to best;
- Barrier down on capital rail plan;
- NZ lags in world trade survey;
- Family commission needed, Dunne;
- Judge says alcohol caused death;
- Kapiti sewage scheme green light

Sports lead
Slater a happy man back home: Though the Hurricanes' Taranaki-based skipper Gordon Slater won't openly state it, it seems the messages he's been receiving lately are a lot more positive the ones early in the Super 12 campaign.

Editorial: While remembering, let us not forget;
The rewards of Maori

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