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EDITORIAL: Finlay MacDonald on the weekend test and rugby in general.

UPFRONT: Steve Braunias talks with Rufus Rehu.

POLITICS: Jane Clifton on the future of our smaller parties.

CHEATING HEARTS: Margo White asks 'What ever happened to monogamy?'

PROFILE: Mark Revington talks with Gavin Strawhan - the man behind Jacksons Wharf.

SNOUT WATCH: Jane Clifton writes on golden handshakes and reforming public service accountability.

SEX SLAVES: Matt Philp checks out the claims of Thai sex slaves in New Zealand.

DNA EVIDENCE: Pamela Stirling looks at the DNA evidence in the case of sex attacker Peter Howse.

And Much More...

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