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STABBING VUCTIM: A Kiwi nurse struggled in vain to save the life of a Lower Hutt man who was stabbed in London at the weekend.

LABELLING WILL COST CONSUMERS: The Grocery Marketers Association say food costs will go up as a result of a decision to label all genetically engineered ingredients.

CRICKET VISIT: The Black Caps visited the set of Coronation Street yesterday.

CIB CUTS: Proposed cuts to the Wellington CIB, from 67 to 45, will have criminals laughing says Police Association president Greg O’Connor.

QUEEN MUM: The Queen Mum turned 99 today.

RANKIN: Labour would tell WINZ CEO Christine Rankin to change her management style or find another job if elected as the next government.

MORE RANKIN: Christine Rankin may lose all or part of her $37,000 performance bonus over the aircraft chartering scandal.

ANDERTON THE AUTHOR: Jim Anderton’s first book is due to be published late this month or early September. The book looks at the contributions to New Zealand of 12 New Zealanders.

HOSPITAL: Wellington hospital should stay in Newtown but there should be secondary services at Keneperu say the wellington City Council.

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