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CIB CUTS: Some burglaries and other crimes in Wellington will not be investigated if the number of police is slashed as could happen in the reallocation next year.

VIPS:Bill Clinton and Jiang Zemin charmed ordinary Kiwis during sight-seeing today. Bill Clinton and Burton Shipley teamed up for golf and won.

DIOXIN: Dioxins linked to cancer and foetal abnormalities are pouring out of a Miramar medical waste incinerator at levels well above accepted international levels. But the incinerator will not be shut down.

TRADE TALKS: Trade was the number one topic when Jenny Shipley met with South Korean President Kim Dae-jung today. Both leaders are keen to expand trade and tourism between the two countries.

WATSON: The Crown has asked Judge Heron to automatically extend Scott Watson’s 10 year non parole period.

HAWKESBY BACK: Dumped news reader John Hawkesby returns to broadcasting next month, promoting Auckland on Prime TV.

CHINA BITES BACK: China’s top foreign affairs spokesperson has criticised pro-Tibetan protestors for being culturally ignorant and irresponsible.

RESTORATIVE JUSTICE: A senior District Court judge wants all courts to adopt a youth court principle that allows for victims and offenders to meet.


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