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TV 3 6pm Bulletin

TIMBERLANDS: The government is fighting back over claims the Prime Minister and her staff were involved in lobbying for the SOE Timberlands West Coast Ltd.

INCIS: The government announced today they are taking IMB to court over the INCIS project and will launch an inquiry into the affair once the legal business is over.

WINZ: Students are angry that WINZ failed to pay their student allowances on time. WINZ say they will be paid tomorrow.

QUAKE: An earthquake measuring 6.7 rocked Turkey early this morning killing over 100 and leaving serious damage in three cities. The death toll is expected to soar.

MILLENNIUM: David Bowie is not coming to New Zealand after declining to appear at the Bastion Point millennium concert.

MONEY: Nearly half of all employers are paying staff some kind of bonus for working New Years eve.

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