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Sunday News

Paul Holmes – Jonah Lomu – Win a Wife – East Timor – Ansett

PAUL HOLMES: The Sunday news leads with a report that broadcaster Paul Holmes and girlfriend Deborah Hamilton are threatening to sue (Holmes’ former lover) Fleur Revell.

Also on the front:

- JONAH LOMU: a report that All Black superstar Jonah Lomu has been approached to play for the Warriors next year;

- WIN A WIFE: a report tat a win a wife contest on a radio station has been slammed by Christian Heritage saying it cheapens marriage;

Inside

EAST TIMOR: Kiwis on Patrol: Air Force Iroquois helicopters thudding over the skies of strife torn East Timor could carry more firepower than ever before in their 30-year lives;

ANSETT: A report that a dirty tricks campaign in the Ansett pilots dispute include phone-calls to inflight pilots calling them scabs;




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