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Super Crisis – Dyson Back – Predatory Teacher

- SUPER CRISIS: A showdown is looming over the Government’s superannuation scheme today as parties position themselves for a fight over whether it should proceed.

- DYSON BACK: Labour MP Ruth Dyson returned to the ministerial fold yesterday staunchly defending her reinstatement after a drink-driving charge seven months ago.

- PREDATORY TEACHER: A Palmerston North school teacher who preyed on his 12-14-year-old students over a 24-year period was sentenced to eight years jail on 19 sex charges in the High Court at Palmerston North yesterday.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Politicians aim to stop poaching of medical staff;
- Goff fears soldier’s killer may get off lightly;
- Concerns over food body move;
- Maharey stirs up debate over NZ as Aussie state;
- Anderton supports deposed Lee;
- Rescue plan for lakeland health;
- Come home we have jobs, says Cooks.

Editorial: Bring on the tax breaks.

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