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SMOKERS: Smokers with lung disease are being refused oxygen treatment at home and health watchdogs are outraged.

TOURISM HANDSHAKE: The government has receovered the $340 000 paid to two former Tourism Board directors and given $200 000 back to them.

TARARUA MURDER: Police have found the car of murdered Brooklyn man Terry King in Porirua today. The red Toyato Corolla is now being examined at the Lower Hutt Police Station.

STADIUM: Sport, music and cultural events are already competing for the use of Wellington's new stadium.

POTTER BACK IN JAIL: Convicted sex offender Bert Potter is back in jail after he refused to leave the Centrepoint commune.

THREATENING COUNCILLORS: Porirua Councillor Helen Smith said other councillors became almost threatening during discussions prior to a decision on rates being made.

KOSOVO: The government has offered four military observers to UN Peacekeeping forces in Kosovo.

PARENTS OF GAYS: A Christchurch college has set up a new course for parents to help them cope with gay or lesbian children who are 'coming out'.

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