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WHO’S IN CHARGE?: Indonesian troops pulled out of Dili yesterday leaving a wrangle over who is in charge of the East Timor.

PETROL: Shell will increase petrol prices by three cents per litre from midnight tonight.

BOXING: The Medical Association has called for boxing to be banned after a woman was shown boxing with a bleeding nose.

TROOPS READY: Kiwi troops are ready to leave Darwin for East Timor and could be there in 24 hours.

THE WORM: TVNZ is looking at using something like the worm at the last election to show how voters react to leaders speeches in debates.

ELECTION DATE: Peter Dunne and Richard Prebble say the Prime Minister has picked the wrong election date of October 27.

RADIO: Independent radio stations have criticised the government’s announcements of a non-commercial, FM, youth radio network, saying it threatens their futures.




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