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Stabbing Ritual – Power Prices – Bad Girls

STABBING RITUAL: A Muslim man who had his stomach slashed and his bowel inadvertently pierced in a religious ritual was fighting for his life after emergency surgery last night.

POWER PRICES: Power and gas bills are about to rise, two leading retailing companies say.

BAD GIRLS: Girls behaving badly are accounting for a rising proportion of street crime, including robberies, police say.

Inside Political Headlines:
- PM attempts to quell row over mining;
- Greens to counter free-trade agreements;
- Kiwis face cold showers;
- Save power: go to the game – union;
- Ban on unseaworthy ships urged;
- Family homes law in need of overhaul;
- NZ should be proud of policy for refugees, says UN man;
- Health Ministry determined to keep costs down.

Editorial: Sounding out a need.

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