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TV 3 NEWS MONITOR 05 07 01


Fijian Killing: An off-duty police officer who alleges he witnessed the double killing of the Fijian Red Cross Director and his partner has been detained for questioning.


Body found: A body - believed to be a French solo yachtsman - has been recovered by NZ Navy divers from the Frigate Te Kaha off Norfolk Island.
Another emergency is also being attended by NZ forces off Three Kings where a container ship has lost power in high seas.


Most wanted nabbed: NZ's most wanted fugitive - convicted drug dealer and escapee Brian Curtis - has been nabbed in the Filipine capital Manila and is to be sent home.


Wintringham faces up: Despite the Employment court not sitting State Services Commissioner Michael Wintringham was still busy facing up to MP's grilling questions in a select committee.


National are under attack for allowing paid parental leave.


Growing crisis in apple industry with growers facing prospects of having to pay heavy ENZA debt.


The American who has been given a artifical heart is doing well.


British Military Police were stoned and beaten by rioting Cypriot protestors.


Peter Burke has been made New Zealand's first United Nation Envoy as a special representative for the environment.


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