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Health Pay Rises – Kaimanawa Horses – Power Customers - Skyhawks

HEALTH PAY RISES: Hospital bosses have received pay rises of up to $16,775 a year in health sector restructuring – even as some hospitals consider surgery cuts.

KAIMANAWA HORSES: Homes have been found for 71 of the 98 Kaimanawa wild horses rounded up in the Conservation Department’s latest cull.

POWER CUSTOMERS: Power companies are within their rights to refuse to take on customers, the consumers institute says.

SKYHAWKS: NZ air force skyhawks have been forced to make 41 emergency landings during the past 12 months, it was confirmed yesterday after an incident in Australia.

Inside Political headlines:
- Harre forced to bow to Anderton;
- Jane Clifton About The House: Laila has Opposition licking chops;
- Burton delves into Meridian ad debate;
- Children’s role to get more muscle;
- Death queries for Horomia;
- Bill aims to end Enza dominance.

Editorial: And now for the pudding.

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