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GIRL CRUSHED: A four year old Wellington girl is in a serious but stable condition in hospital after being crushed by a privately owned cable car in Wadestown.

JONAH: Jonah Lomu scored a try in the All Blacks 30-16 victory over England on Sunday morning.

SUPERBUG: Hospital authorities are auditing the death of at least one patient after a superbug outbreak infected 15 Wellington patients in the last two months.

CRASHES: One person is dead, a baby was born prematurely, three people are critically ill, and two seriously injured after weekend car crashes in the North Island.

TROOPS: NZ troops poured into southwest Timor yesterday by air land and sea to secure the former militia stronghold Suai.

POLITICAL WEEK WITH VICTORIA MAIN: NZ won’t flex even measly brawn on Moseley-Braun.

RURAL LABOUR: Labour says the tide has turned against National in heartland NZ and is out to woo the rural vote.

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