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The New Zealand Herald

The New Zealand Herald's front page is dominated by coverage of the Maternity Services Review:

- Doctors are incensed by a Government ordered review of maternity services which says the flight of general practitioners from obstetrics is unstoppable

- Maggie Barry (review chair) says her ride through the maternity system was smooth, but she met others who were not so lucky.

East Timor: NZ Herald reporter gives an account of SAS s troops snaring militia.

Coro Street: Cricket umpire Billy Bowden appears as an extra on Coronation Street.

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ATC - An air traffic control system developed in Auckland is on the market to be sold to busy aircraft routes.

East Timor - NZ is ready to send a full battalion to East Timor at the same time as it takes in up to 300 refugees

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