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The Dominion

FIRE UNIFORMS: The Dominion leads today with a report that the fire service bosses have been criticised for putting communications centre staff into a corporate wardrobe even though they are never seen by the public;

SPORT: The front page photos show All Black Christian Cullen on the fly against the Springboks and Black Cap Nathan Astle celebrating reaching his century in the third test against England.

Also on the front page:

- KIDS GAMES: a report that a truck driver tried running over two children who pointed an imitation Glock pistol at him an other motorists on a busy Rotorua road yesterday;

- ATMS STEAL CARDS: a report that about 1000 people were expected to front up for new ANZ Bank eftpos cards this morning after a computer coding error meant that cards were kept when used in atm machines yesterday;

- MERCY PLEA IN ASSASSINATION CASE: a report that the son of murdered Samoan Cabinet minister Luagalau Levaula Kamu said last night that his father would want his killer's life spared;

- BASKETBALL WARS: a report that police were called to a National Basketball League match in Porirua after an altercation between players threatened to spread to the spectators;

Inside:

- APEC: the political column discusses the PM and her upcoming duties during the APEC summit;

- WINZ: a report that beneficiary numbers are forecast to rise according to government estimates;

- APEC: a report that a special police team will seal all manhole covers on Auckland roads where Apec motorcades travel - to foil saboteurs;

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