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TV 3 NEWS MONITOR, 30 05 01

-GARY SOUTHERAN trial: Did Capt Southeran exhibit reasonable care.

AIR NZ/QANTAS bid: Air NZ CEO Gary Toomy says says Qantas bid one of several options.

Disgraced doctor Graeme Parry allowed to have name back on medical register.

WINZ boss Christine Rankin to find out what court - Employment or High - she will fight her case.

Spectacular Helicopter crash in South Korea kills all three on board.

Indonesian politicians debating President Wahid's proposed impeachment.

NZ govt warns it will step in if there is a repeat of the "dirty diesel" crisis that has hit the oil industry.

New Zealand has been condemned for being part of the "echelon" spy network.

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