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Rankin Loses – Maori Made

RANKIN LOSES: Dumped Work and Income boss Christine Rankin has lost her $1.3 million Employment Court case but vowed last night: “It’s certainly not over yet.”

MAORI MADE: A “Maori Made” logo to identify authentic arts and crafts is costing Creative New Zealand $831,000.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Angry farmers egg NZ trade delegates;
- Tied vote threatens to derail legislation;
- Porn has key role in abuse, inquiry told;
- Church defends right to denounce homosexuals;
- Air NZ deal faces more Aussie turbulence;
- What MPs’ perks? What investigation?

Editorial: Silence is golden.

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