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The Dominion

SHIERS' CANNABIS BUST: The Dominion leads today with a report that deported German couple Petra and Guenther Shier were charged with possession of cannabis for supply in New Zealand, Immigration Minister Tuariki Delamere revealed yesterday.

RUGBY: The front-page photo shows the All Blacks running out on to Athletic Park for the final test on the hallowed ground - the photo is headed, "Thanks for the memories…"

Also on the front page:

- BUSH MURDER: a report that police in the Wairarapa, Lower Hitt and Wellington have begun a homicide investigation after the discovery of a body in the Tararua forest park;

- ROYAL DISTANCE: a report that Prince Edward, and his new bride, Sophie, have decided to live apart for half of the week to ease into their marriage;

- BOY SHOT: a report that a 14-year-old boy was in a serious condition in Wanganui hospital last night after being shot in the face while hunting with friends in the Waitotara Valley yesterday;

Inside political headlines:

- HAWKESBY ROW: (Political Week Column) Contradictions under stress catch Shipley in crossfire;
- WTO: Supachai hoped for NZ support in top job bid;
- HAWKESBY ROW: Shipley's chance of facing privileges committee 50-50 says Helen Clark;
- ALCP: "Dope deals" decided - in which ALCP will not stand against supportive MPs.

WELLINGTON AIRPORT: The editorial argues that the benefits of competition - particularly the arrival of Ansett - are shown in the new Wellington Airport Terminal.

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