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Dairy Merger – Rapist Constable – Umaga Out – Skyhawk Disbanding

- DAIRY MERGER: Sources said last night that two key dairy key dairy merger players, manufacturing giants Kiwi Dairies and Dairy Group, were at a standoff over the appointment over the appointment of a chief executive to head the proposed $10 billion dollar company.

- RAPIST CONSTABLE: Police have acted to stop the pay of rapist policeman Colin McLean after being given a hurry up by Police Minister George Hawkins.

- UMAGA OUT: All Black centre Tana Umaga has been ruled out of the Hurricanes for tomorrow’s must win Super 12 rugby match against the Chiefs tomorrow.

- SKYHAWK DISBANDING: The air force Skyhawk fleet is expected to be disbanded by Christmas.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Slow growth squeezed incomes;
- Jane Clifton About The House: Smith stops off to hold summit;
- Crisis team in hostage drama;
- Doctors move called rsky;
- Criticised schools to get ‘breathing space’;
- Hunt ‘happy’ to give costs.

Editorial: Speak plainly to Beijing.

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