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Christine Rankin – Bigamist Bride – Helen’s Pick

CHRISTINE RANKIN: hristine Rankin’s husband described yesterday how the couple had feared for their lives after public criticism of her style as the boss of Work and Income.

BIGAMIST BRIDE: Claims that an entrant in a recent bride of the year competition is a bigamist are being investigated.

HELEN’S PICK: Prime Minister Helen Clark, not known for her betting streak, has told TAB bookies that the All Blacks will beat France by 27 to 33 points on Saturday.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Timberlands sale options surface;
- Ministers accused of double standards;
- Jane Clifton About The House: Jonathan lowers the tone;
- Hospital boss on $430,000;
- Plea to shift some costs of Kiwi Share;
- Failed business visa scheme ‘needs fixing’.

Editorial: A motoring merry-go-round.

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