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TIMOR: Pro-Indonesia militiamen shot and burned their way through the East Timor capital of Dili yesterday, with more than 100 people feared dead.

PORIRUA GUNMAN: A bullet broke a window pane on a train going from Wellington to Auckland while passing through Porirua.

SUICIDE OUTNUMBERS ROAD DEATHS: Kiwi coroners are appalled to learn that more New Zealanders kill themselves than die in road crashes.

Y2K BREAKDOWNS: None of the Y2K breakdowns predicted for the turn of the century are expected to be covered by insurance, according to the Insurance Council.

BREAK IN: The Diplomat Protection Squad is playing down links between a break-in at the Chinese Embassy in Wellington at the weekend and Chinese President Jiang Zemin’s arrival in New Zealand this week.

POLITICAL WEEK: With Victoria Main – APEC Takes Focus Off National’s Domestic Performance.

NATIONAL LIST: PM Jenney Shipley and Wyatt Creech head the top of a predictable party list with sitting MPs filling the top 19 slots.

EMPLOYERS OUT OF LOOP: Labour leader Helen Clark hit out at the Employers Federation yesterday, two days before Labour launch their Industrial Relations policy.

QUIGLEY: ACT MP Derek Quigley is retirng from politics after a career which first saw him elected to parliament in 1975.

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