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The Evening Post

5 STEPS: The government fired the first shots of its election campaign today with a $223 million pledge to create a knowledge economy.

QUAKE: The Turkish earthquake death toll has now reached 2000.

LEILANI READ: Netball players from across the country came to Wellington last night to mourn Leilani Read.

COLD BLAST: The cold snap that struck Wellington yesterday is easing but will be back in time for the weekend.

REFUGE: A women’s refuge is being mismanaged in Upper Hutt to benefit workers instead of women needing help according to three former workers.

IBM SUIT: The Crown has named three sums “substantially in excess of $3 million” in its claim against IBM over INCIS.

TIMBERLANDS: Jenny Shipley has again denied she was involved in helping a lobbying campaign for Timberlands West Coast.

CHARISMA: The country wants leaders with charisma but nobody is delivering according to former MP Trevor De Cleene.

LAND CLAIM: Opponents of the proposed Te Atiawa land settlement are set to reject a $27 million offer.



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