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The Dominion

The Dominion leads today with a report that two New Zealand woman have won approval to be inseminated with their dead husbands' sperm, and a third woman's application is being considered.

The front-page photo shows Justin Marshall darting through a gap during last nights All Blacks vs NZA team at Jade Stadium. The All Blacks won 22 11.

Also on the front page:

- a report that National has dropped the biggest hint yet that it will promise tax cuts for middle-income earners as an election sweetener;

- a report that New Zealanders were warned yesterday to avoid travelling to Guadacanal, the main island in the Solomon Islands;

- a report that the New Zealand Law Society Newsletter says the practice if hongi is an invasion of foreign visitors space;

- a report that NATO ground troops are expected to enter Kosovo this morning amid fears that fleeing Serbs could leave a trail of destruction.


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