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The Dominion

THERESA GATTUNG: The Dominion leads today with a huge headline reading "The Million-dollar woman". The report is accompanied with a series of pictures of new Telecom CEO Theresa Gattung in different facial expressions - all smiling. The story reports that ripples wenee through the business world yesterday when 37-year-old Thresa Gattung was appointed CEO of Telecom, NZ's biggest company.

Also on the front page:

- SCOTT WATSON TRIAL: a report that All Black prop Greg Feek got a special preamble to the usual oath before giving evidence about a fishing trip, during the Scott Watson murder trial in the High Court at Wellington yesterday;

- INCIS: a report that secret pages of a legal report commissioned by the police warned that their poorly managed additions to Incis were delaying the project and gave IBM grounds to contest any financial penalty or litigation;

- DRIVER LOSES FIVE CARS: a report that police have taken five vehicles from one disqualified Taupo driver since May and are hoping family and friends will stop lending him anymore;

- PILOT ORDERED TO WRITE ESSAY: a report that a young former Air Napier pilot who caused a near-miss by apparently falling asleep at the controls of his Piper Seneca freight aircraft has been "sentenced" by the CAA to write an essay on flight fatigue;

- WINTER OVER: a report that the National Climate centre is tipping that the worst of winter is now over;

Inside Political Headlines:

- Henare holds key to tax cuts package;
- Defence cut "a lesson to others";
- Veteran MP Morre hands in his resignation;
- Capill attacked over [Family Planning] booklet comments;
- New leaders likely to shift CTU left;
- Court gives no hint in fisheries case;
- Teachers get 7% pay rise.

STUDENT LOANS: The editorial urges the government to ease the student loan interest burden.

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