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Defence Assurance – Air NZ Recruitment - Disappearance

- DEFENCE ASSURANCE: The United States was reassured at as high-level meeting in Washington yesterday that New Zealand would not cut defence spending.

- AIR NZ RECRUITMENT: Air NZ says it is looking to recruit staff made redundant by the collapse of Qantas NZ.

- DISAPPEARANCE: The disappearance of a Wellington man Terrence Patrick McDonald somewhere between a Wellington restaurant and Chaffer’s Marina continues to baffle police.

Inside Headlines:
- Young and old honour Anzac memory;
- Kiwis fly the flay around Australia;
- ‘Railway of death’ veterans remembered;
- Treaty land claimants protest on highway;
- 28 Maori Battalion honoured;
- Emotional atmosphere at Gallipoli;
- NZ Urged to stick with Privy Council;
- Political fallout generated as new TV boss Cutler quits.

Editorial: Idiocy of Privacy Act.

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