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The Evening Post

WINZ: WINZ cancelled a training conference this week - after fallout from the aircraft chartering scandal – at a cost to the taxpayer of $40,000.

KIWI COPS: Three Kiwi cops are arriving in Samoa tonight to help track down a political assassin.

JUNIOR: JFK Junior’s near certain death has stunned the American public.

WGTN HOSPITAL: Capital Coast Health has been rated tops for sppedy handling of patients but fails on financial performance a report says.

NZ FIRST: Winston Peters has given nothing away in terms of who his party would support after an election.

HANDSHAKES: Labour leader Helen Clarke said senior public servants would not be getting golden handshakes under her government she said today.

THAI SEX SLAVE: A Thai woman who fled New Zealand after being lured into the sex industry may be in danger back home a Kiwi in Bangkok said.

WOOL SALES: The Chinese Premier has said China is likely to take more New Zealand wool exports.



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