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RESCUE: A single, sick yachtsman was rescued by helicopter off Blenheim in high seas and winds yesterday.

ELECTION: The election date is November 27 leaving a nine week campaign.

PHOTO: A female boxer getting bashed with blood all over her face.

TROOPS: Kiwi troops are now ready to move into East Timor and were waiting for the word from the defence chief.

QUAKE: Rescuers freed two brothers from the wreckage of a Taipei hospital yesterday five days after a huge quake devastated the city.

POLITICAL WEEK WITH VICTORIA MAIN: Its Win Or Die For Labour With Everything To Lose.

CAMPAIGN: The election campaign promises to be a tough, presidential-style campaign.

ALLIANCE LIST: The Alliance list has been released and candidates are standing in all electorates.

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