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INCIS: The government effectively ended any chance of completing INCIS when it launched legal action against IBM.

LEILANI: 25 year old ex Silver Fern has died of a stroke.

WATER CUT: Metrowater cut the water supply to a sick woman suffering from cancer in Balmoral.

TURKISH QUAKE: More than 800 people are dead after a massive quake measuring 6.7 struck Turkey yesterday morning. The toll is expected to keep rising.

WATSON: It was likely that a hair from Watson’s boat came from Olivia Hope according to a British forensic scientist.

TIMBERLANDS: Prime Minister Jenny Shipley is again struggling following revelations in a book that she aided a lobbying campaign by native loggers Timberlands West Coast.

NZSO: The NZSO has recorded a $1.5 million loss for the year ended June 1999 and is forecasting another loss for this coming year.

TE PAPA COUP: Te Papa has secured an exhibition of priceless artifacts from Greece and Rome. They will go on show in November.

UNEASE: Speaker of the House Doug Kidd said there was growing unease at the way courts were usurping the authority of parliament in a speech yesterday.



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