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The Dominion

KILLING CHAMBER: An exclusive report from the site of atrocities in East Timor.

HAKA WARNING: England and New Zealand have been warned to keep behind their ten metre lines when the All Blacks perform their haka on Sunday morning.

PILOT DIES: A Hawkes Bay pilot died after his helicopter hit power lines near Stratford yesterday. He was 39 year old Nicholas Heyburn.

VICTIM'S FATHER TO SUE: The father of a Kiwi man killed in the London train crash will sue the rail companies for compensation.

WATSON: An application will be made this morning to increase the time that murderer Scott Watson will serve in jail before being up for parole.

MERCY DASH: A special mission to Antarctica has been organised to pick up an American woman with suspected breast cancer.

LOANS: Student loans are hotting up as an election issue for all parties.

GRAHAM LASHES OUT: Sir Doug Graham has lashed out at ACT and Christine Fletcher in his valedictory speech yesterday.

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