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KENNEDY MISSING: The son of assassinated President John F Kennedy, JFK Junior, his wife and her sister are missing, presumed dead, after their plane vanished.

SAMOAN ASSASSINATION: Samoan Public Works Minister Levaula Kamu has been assassinated in an attack that has shocked the island.

POLITICAL WEEK; With Nick Venter. What A Pity The Golden Handshake Rules Took So Long.

PETERS SILENT ON WHO HE WILL SUPPORT: New Zealand First leader Winston Peters is again non-committal on who his party would support after an election.

LEGAL ACTION OVER QUOTAS: Legal proceedings are being taken against the government as it tries to introduce some of New Zealand’s most valuable fisheries into the quota system without compensating the fishing industry.

LANGUAGE COMMISSION: Holden Hohaia, former secretary to Maori Affairs Minister Tau Henare, has been appointed interim general manager of the Maori Language Commission.

JAKE THE MUSS ASSAULT: Temuera Morrison, who played Jake the Muss in Once Were Warriors and What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted? assaulted a teenager and was given diversion and interim name suppression in the courts in February.

ENDOSCOPY RESULTS: Many Christchurch Hospital patients should now know the results of their tests after being treated with a poorly sterilised endoscope.

WINZ CAMPS: WINZ has held about seven motivational conferences for staff this year, including two at the exclusive Okataina Lodge near Rotorua.

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