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FOVEAUX CRASH: A lawyer representing a family who lost a child in the Foveaux Strait Air Crash says the Chisholm family could sue the flight company for damages.

WINZ: Labour MP Steve Maharey says the WINZ CEO needs to decide whether she should stay in her position. Maharey says Peter McCardle should express confidence or not in his CEO today.

JFK JUNIOR: Divers will today begin searching for debris from the missing Piper Saratoga aircraft piloted by JFK Junior. Meanwhile the street outside JFK Junior' apartment has turned into a shrine.

BUSINESS CLASS BIRTHING: The Medical Association says the decision by National Women's to offer luxury child-birth facilities may be against the Hospitals Act. The Minister of Health says he is waiting on advice on the new facility.

DRUG USE: GPs are being asked to question patients about alcohol and cannabis use.

EDUCATION: Survey finds too many kids believe the sun revolves around the earth.


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