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The Dominion

The Dominion leads today with a report that National Party plans to got into the election offering a tax cut to people earning more than #$38,000 a year.

The front-page photo shows jockey Lisa McGregror with a horse. She recently injured herself in a car accident.

Also on the front page:

- a report that the prospect that Labour's Mike Moore could share the world's top trade job with Thai Deputy PM Supachai Panitchpakdi is defusing tensions at crucial trade talks which end in Auckland today;

- a report that more and more people are becoming so addicted to the Internet they would rather lose a partner than give up their chat-line friendships, according to Relationship Services counselor Michael McManus.

- A column from Jane Clifton on hot air rising from the house.

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