Inside Job – Pregnant Play – Phones On Planes – Foot And Mouth Scare – DWI Building
INSIDE JOB: The Corrections Department has awarded a $1200-a-day contract to a former top-ranking official without advertising it.
PREGNANT PLAY: Netball Australia is pushing to ban pregnant women from playing at the top level.
PHONES ON PLANES: A cellphone might have been used on Ansett Flight 703 seconds before it crashed near Palmerston North in June 1995.
FOOT AND MOUTH SCARE: The dollar fell half a cent yesterday after a scare that foot and mouth disease had been found at a New Zealand meatworks.
DWI BUILDING: The Department of Work and Income is committed to leasing its new community services card centre till 2005, though the Government plans to abolish the card before then.
- King has sympathy for Bottrill victims;
- Charities face big shakeup over taxation;
- Illegal refugees fight to stay;
- Minister wants answers on loans for computers;
- Lee backs wider powers for local authorities.
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