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KIWI SAS: Kiwi SAS soldiers were among the first to land in East Timor yesterday.

DEAD BODY PROBABLY BURGLAR: A body found in a courtyard behind an Auckland city building is probably that of a burglar who has fallen while burgling a jewellery store.

HENARE FAILS: The Cabinet refused to overhaul the Treaty Of Waitangi Fisheries Commission membership yesterday in a personal defeat for Maori Affairs Minister Tau Henare.

CLAIM: Maori may claim royalties for use of pictures of Bill Clinton involved in a hongi.

FAREWELL: Kiwi troops were farewelled by the Prime Minister before they flew to Darwin to prepare for deployment in East Timor.

POLL: A CM Research poll has shown that APEC has seen a huge surge in popularity for the Prime Minister.

LAND TAX: A proposal for a land tax to fund tertiary education policy from the Alliance has been received cooly, with Labour ignoring the announcement.

PRINCIPALS: Principals are questioning the credibility of a new exam structure to replace school cert, sixth form certificate and bursary.

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