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Power Prices – Crime Costs - Lomu Out – McVeigh’s Execution

- POWER PRICES: Power prices for almost half a million households could rocket by $200 a month because of sky-high wholesale power prices.

- CRIME COSTS: A criminal engaging in a lifetime of crime costs taxpayers and victims $3 million, according to figures issued by Corrections Minister Matt Robson.

- LOMU OUT: Jonah Lomu has been left out of the All Blacks for Saturday’s test against Samoa, and will play a second division match for Wainuiomata against Tawa.

- MCVEIGH’S EXECUTION: Prayers and protests marked the eve of Oklahoma City Bomber Timthy McVeigh’s execution, as he counted down the hours to his death.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Jackson struck as he raises his head above the parapet;
- Senior aide to Lee quits job after row;
- Goff says protest not helpful;
- Lahar threat to fishery feared;
- Kiwis can cash in on Aussie home grants;
- Reject funding deal says university boss;
- Teacher shortage move;
- Choice of recreation board criticised.

Editorial: A lesson for labour.

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