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The Evening Post

MILLENNIUM: Some workers will be earning a fortune for working New Years Eve.

INCIS INQUIRY: The government announced an inquiry into the INCIS computer debacle will be held after legal action against IBM is complete.

SILVER FERN ILL: Ex Silver Fern Leilani Read is in a serious condition in Wellington Hospital after a stroke. She is 25.

DNA MATCH: A Sydney scientist told the Scott Watson murder trial that the hair from Watson’s boat came from Olivia Hope today.

ROBBERY: A Central Wellington dairy owner was robbed of $50 at knifepoint yesterday.

TIMBERLANDS: A new book out today exposes government involvement in a public relations campaign by Timberlands West Coast Limited to justify its native logging.

GREENS AHEAD: Green MP Jeanette is winning the race to win the Coromandel seat, a poll said today.

LOCAL QUOTAS: Quotas for broadcasting would breach our international trade agreements, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade says.

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