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The Evening Post

IRD: The IRD will not appeal the winebox court decision that overturned parts of Sir Ronald Davison’s inquiry. This marks another victory for Winston Peters.

LOCKOUT: Ansett cancelled 80 flights today and ran just three aircraft on it’s main trunk route after the company locked out 125 pilots at 4am this morning.

HOLMES PLOT: Paul Holmes says there are “destructive forces” at work in Wellington attempting to get him off air but he refused to elaborate further. Staff at Newstalk ZB are apparently unhappy with his show and want him replaced.

NZ TO SEND BATALLION: More than 1200 New Zealand military personnel could be sent to East Timor.

US THAW: The first New Zealand troops to enter East Timor are likely to land before joint exercises with the US can be held.

FLOYD: Hurricane Floyd blew unearthed coffins out to sea, ripped roofs off houses and killed at least one person in the Bahamas before the hurricane moved towards the USA.

CLINTON DEPARTS: President Clinton departed New Zealand early last night to get home to manage the fallout from Hurricane Floyd.

GOLF: President Clinton played 18 holes of golf on Tuesday, then four more, then another nine at 7am on Wednesday.


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