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TOWER SHARES: Almost $100 million of 'free' Tower shares are going begging because thousands of Tower members have not signed up for them.

CRASH: Two high speed trains collided outside Paddington Station in London yesterday. At least 23 people are dead.

CARDNO CHARGE: The stepfather of murdered teenager Karla Cardno has been charged with threatening to kill her murderer.

ABOUT THE HOUSE: Jane Clifton.

PHOTO: A Kiwi soldier takes a break in Dili.

SOLDIERS: Soldiers in Darwin were hoping the Prime Minister would bring them a pay rise when she arrives there this morning.

TREASURY: The Treasury spent more than half its total annual spending on consultants - $61.5 million.

COASTERS: An angry meeting between West Coasters and Labour's Michael Cullen at Parliament has ended any patch up of the party and the pro-loggingb people of the West Coast.

HENARE: Tau Henare has proposed bilingual road signs, official recognition of the Haka and compulsory Maori training for public servants.

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