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David Doherty – Stroke Treatment – Tissot Fixed – Relevant Men

DAVID DOHERTY: David Doherty has been awarded $700 for each day he had “stolen from him” after he was wrongly convicted of raping an 11-year-old.

STROKE TREATMENT: New Zealand scientists have proven toe effectiveness of a new treatment for strokes, winning international recognition and dramatically improving the outcome for people at risk of further strokes or heart attacks.

TISSOT FIXED: The newly restored 19th century masterpiece Still On Top, by James Tissot, which was severely damaged when it was ripped from its frame in an armed robbery three years ago, was rehung in the Auckland Art Gallery yesterday.

RELEVANT MEN: Men are not destined for the evolutionary scrap heap, despite Australian research that suggests they may soon no longer be needed for reproduction, some high profile New Zealanders say.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Mallard’s comments backfire;
- Maharey gets grilling over dress code;
- PM’soffice was behind merger plan – Shipley;
- Horomia to gain from estate papers show;
- Anger at tax law – report;
- Parents ‘supplying alcohol’;
- Tourism boss to go.

Editorial: Perfidious Canadians.

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