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ANSETT: Ansett pilots have capitulated after learning that 20 outsiders were being signed up to take their jobs.

WOMEN FREED: Police have freed seven Thai women forced to work under slave labour conditions in a West Auckland factory.

ELLIS: The mother of Peter Ellis said her son was angry but not surprised by the rejection of his second appeal. She has vowed to keep fighting for justice.

NUDE MODEL: A woman is pictured naked except for body paint.

FANTASY: Police are powerless to stop the deigner drug Fantasy which has appeared in Wellington’s club scene.

NORTH ISLAND: The North Island has been named one of the 50 must see millennium places of a lifetime according to National Geographic traveller magazine.

CAMPAIGN: National is trying to take the light off Max Bradford’s encounter with a student and revelations they are to impersonate Helen Clarke in election advertising by launching their campaign on the same day as Labour’s.

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