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