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Smoking Actors – Michael Talks To Tiger – For Science – Whooping Cough – Perimeter Mystery

SMOKING ACTORS: Anti-smoking groups are set to lobby the Government to bar young people from attending movies portraying excessive smoking.

MICHAEL TALKS TO TIGER: Michael Campbell will talk to Tiger Woods at this week’s British Open about ticket prices for January’s New Zealand open at Paraparaumu Beach.

FOR SCIENCE: A Nelson man plans to hand over his 28-hectare million-dollar property to be used as a scientific field centre.

WHOOPING COUGH: Three doctors saw days old baby Siana Isaako in the week before she was diagnosed with life-threatening whooping cough.

PERIMETER MYSTERY: Prison guards are mystified after foiling an escape attempt from Wellington Prison on Saturday night.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Always available, but not attractive enough to women;
- Accepting pay and suing boss not on – expert;
- Clark congratulates China on Olympics;
- Resource appeals have ‘huge costs’;
- Promises for a clean campaign;
- Geneva post for Groser;
- Chief judge Young is now Justice Young;
- Hotline set up for murder inquiry;
- Mediation continues.

Editorial: Fogging the glass ceiling.

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