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The Sunday News

The Sunday News leads with coverage of the All Black’s defeat of Australia and proclaims “We’e On Our Way” and says the All Blacks will now be hot favourites to win the World Cup.

Also on the front page, the Sunday News claims an ‘exclusive’ (See Sunday Star Times) over Paul Holmes’ kiss and tell auto-biography. Mr Holmes said his former wife Hinemoa Elder refused to take him back after he left her for another woman and regretted his move.


WINZ: The Green MP Rod Donald says WINZ bosses have blown more than $30 million on waste and extravagance.

TAX REBATE: The IRD has ruled that prostitutes can claim abortions as tax deductible expense.

REAL RICH LIST: The Sunday News does its own rich list - On those who show the most community spirit.

KIDS DEATHS - New Zealand children are more at risk from dying in accidents than children in any other country in the developed world.

Columns: Mike Moore and Nick Smith write about Mr Moore’s rise to the top of the WTO; George Balani and Kerre Woodham write on WINZ and Rana Watai defends Tuku Morgan speaking Maori in Parliament

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