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CARDNO: The father of murdered teenager Karla Cardno has vowed to kill her murderer if he is released on parole.

TAURANGA DEATH: The death of a Tauranga woman whose body was found yesterday died violently, police said.

DRUG BUST: 40 people have been arrested in a massive police operation, including eight in Wellington. Cash, hard drugs and firearms were seized.

QUAKE: Rescuers dug at rubble with bare hands as the death toll towards 3,500.

DOCUMENT: Don McKinnon said last night he did not know how a confidential document on Samoa’s assassination became public.

TEACHERS: School teachers from Taiwan are going to Britain to study humour at an English University.

5 STEPS: The government’s announcement yesterday amounted to picking winners, Max Bradford said yesterday.

TIMBERLANDS: Helen Clark has indicated a Labour government could launch an inquiry into the behaviour of SOE Timberlands West Coast.

MORE TIMBERLANDS: Timberlands are reserving the right to sue the government over plans to cut their rimu logging six weeks ahead of schedule.



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