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The New Zealand Herald

The New Zealand Herald leads with a report that millions of litres of mik may be poured away as a row over a new poer plant cuts production at a Te Rapa milk factory.

The paper also shows photos of a couple who's marriage has been arranged via radio

The Heralds' man in Dili describes the arrival of NZ troops in East Timor.

There is a preview of the Rugby World Cup.

Inside the paper:

Airlines in 34 countries are showing no signs of being prepared for the Y2K bug.

The editorial looks at Tertiary Education and the need for a skilled workforce

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