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TROOPS SETBACK: It could be at least two weeks before New zealand troops are equipped to go into East Timor safely.

WINZ/SOLDIERS: WINZ is investigating territorial soldiers on standby to go to East Timor for benefit fraud and at least four face prosecution.

WORLDLY WELLINGTON: A Porter-Novelli-CM Research study has found that Wellingtonians are more into the internet, Maori culture, cafes and are more optimistic than any others in New Zealand.

IRD: IRD has walked into fresh controversy after hiring a tax lawyer, Geoff Clews, who is said to have cost tens of millions of dollars in tax revenue.

ARTS: The Nelson Wearable Arts awards were last night and a 12 year old Wellingtonian participated.

RACIST: One in four New Zealand police officers believes their colleagues have racist views, a study has found.

NZQA: The chair of the NZQA David Moloney has defended the $160,000 golden handshake payed to former CEO Douglas Blackmur.



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