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Contaminated Fuel – Poor Schools – Anton Oliver – Skyhawks - Beacon

- CONTAMINATED FUEL: About 1700 small fishing boats have been warned not to leave port amid fears that the contaminated fuel may have already have contributed to one boating disaster.

- POOR SCHOOLS: Children from poorer schools are failing dismally compared with children from richer schools, according to education figures.

- ANTON OLIVER: All Black management say captain Anton Oliver will be fit to play Samoa on June 16.

- SKYHAWKS: Prime Minister Helen Clark wants a report on the safety of New Zealand’s Skyhawk fleet after reports that a third jet may have to be grounded.

- BEACON: Wellington’s WestpacTrust rescue helicopter tracked an emergency beacon signal to the back of a freight truck in Blenheim on Saturday.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Lesson of government: nothing stays secret for long;
- Minister denies election law is a bid to gag media;
- Clark rules out urgency on job law;
- Slater says he’s underdog;
- Student interest writeoff;
- $40b of work unpaid.

Editorial: The shame of cricket.

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