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Air NZ – Police & Prostitutes – Podiatry Future – Prowler – Work Day

- AIR NZ: Future ownership of Air NZ remained uncertain last night after talks with Qantas and the Government, and approaches from NZ investors.

- POLICE & PROSTITUTES: Palmerston North police have been accused by MidCentral District Health board staff of coercing prostitutes into sex.

- PODIATRY FUTURE: Final year podiatry students say they have no guarantee of completing their course when the Central Institute of Technology in Upper Hutt closes at the end of the month.

- PROWLER: A man has been sneaking into children’s bedrooms in Wainuiomata.

- WORK DAY: Kiwi men work similar hours to French and Italians.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Present super ‘one of the best in the world’;
- Gaffe-prone Hobbs gets extra staffer;
- Medals plan wasteful – veteran;
- I need marijuana for pain relief – amputee;
- Concern at suspensions.

Editorial: Prosecution costly waste.

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