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The Dominion

COMPO FOR BABY DEATHS: The parents of babies who were brain damaged or died as a result of chest physiotherapy want compensation.

WEATHER DAMAGE: More than $1 million damage has been caused by gale force winds which struck Otago and Southland last week.

IRAQ ACCUSES KIWI: Iraq yesterday demanded that the UN recall a New Zealand mine clearer within 72 hours after accusing him of trying to destroy Iraq’s crops.

WATSON TRIAL: Olivia Hope’s mother yesterday gave account of her last phone call with her missing daughter in the High Court at Wellington.

HFA RAPPED: The HFA has had its knuckles rapped over its lavish spending on new accomodation and lax procedures.

ALLIANCE ON SUPERANNUATION: The Alliance promised all superannuatants a double figure cash boost yesterday.

SIS: The Court of Appeal yesterday ruled that SIS documents should stay secret, but the case will go on.

KAPITI PROTESTERS: Maori Protesters are meeting with the Kapiti Airport director tomorrow and want Transport Minister Maurice Williamson to attend.

BAIL CONDITION: Most of the 24 Maori arrested for occupying Kapiti airport challenged a bail condition requiring them to avoid the airport yesterday.



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