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The Dominion

RANKIN: Christine Rankin could lose all or part of her $37,000 performance bonus over the SSC report into aircraft chartering.

DELI BURNS: A Hataitai delicatessen was gutted at the weekend after a the 111 call took 10 minutes to get to the fire service and the engines took another 10 minutes to arrive.

GENE FOOD LABELLING: The ANZFA meeting yesterday agreed to mandatory labelling of genetically engineered foods.

ROCKING ROD: Rod Stewart is “playing the field” again with a parade of young blondes including the estranged wife of Playboy boss Hugh Hefner and a ‘page 3 girl’.

LYPRINOL: A halt to Lyprinol sales is expected to fuel demand.

POWER: Labour said the government should hold a proper inquiry into power price rises.

INDUSTRY SLIPPING: Industry are not doing as well as expected in beating the Y2K bug according to the Y2K Readiness Commission.

NZ COULD LEARN FROM AUSTRALIA: Treasurer Bill English said New Zealand could learn from Australian policies on tax, tariffs and business development.

McKINNON BASICALLY IN: Don McKinnon says 40 out of the 55 Commonwealth countries support him as the organisations next secretary.

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