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Wellington Murder – Retrospective Tax Law – Chin Implants – Nuclear Testing

- WELLINGTON MURDER: A 26-year-old Wellington man has been charged with the murder of his girlfriend whose body was found dumped in the Rimutaka Ranges yesterday afternoon.

- RETROSPECTIVE TAX LAW: The Government has bought its biggest fight with the business community this year by unveiling a controversial retrospective tax law to plug an estimated $150 million to $200 million hole in its finances.

- CHIN IMPLANTS: An increasing number of American men, fearful after a wave of job layoffs, are trying to put their best chin forward at work by getting an implant.

- NUCLEAR TESTING: Britain wanted to conduct an H-bomb test on the Kermadec Islands, less than 1000 kilometres from New Zealand, in the mid-1950s, according to a Wellington military historian.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Health bosses ready to quit – Sowry;
- Virgin Blue seeks okay for Tasman crossings;
- Clark backs Kim’s peace initiatives;
- Yelash plans to sue PM again over ‘secret’ payout revelation;
- Speaker’s tour cost taxpayers $150,000;
- Rankin has met set goals, papers show.

Editorial: A vote for equality.

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