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The Dominion

KENNEDY FOUND: The body of JFK Junior has been found but there is no word of his wife and her sister.

FREE SEX OR ELSE: An IRD Employee threatened to audit prostitutes unless they gave him free sex, an internal document revealed.

PIT BULLS OUT: The government has passed legislation forcing them to be neutered and muzzled, and any imports blocked.

WINZ: Chief executive Christine Rankin will not chair a disciplinary hearing on a manager who chartered an aircraft but will probably make the final decision on her future.

ALL BLACKS INDIGNANT: All Blacks are indignant – and amused – at comments from South African coach Nick Mallet that the AB’s are “intelligent cheats”.

WTO: Mike Moore will take the first three year stint in the top job at the WTO. Dr Supachai will take the last three

Y2K BUG: The Y2K Bug may disrupt essential services for up to three days says the Y2K Readiness Commission.

TRANSMISSION GULLY: More doubts were raised about an early start to Transmission Gully in submissions received by the Wellington Regional Council land transport strategy yesterday.



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