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The Evening Post

DEFAMATION: Helen Clark has apologised to an Auckland surgeon and paid him a sum of money after she defamed him in a press release earlier this year.

LOANS: The government has announced that reform of the student loan scheme will occur a year earlier than originally planned.

INFLUENCE: The All Blacks, Katherine Mansfield, Fred Hollows and Ernest Rutherford have been listed as some of this centuries most influential people in the South Pacific.

RABBITS: The rabbits on the Miramar roundabout have disappeared because they have been poisoned with RCD by the Council.

TRAIN SMASH: A driver died in a train smash near Gore today despite rescuers braving unexploded fireworks and leaked chemicals to try and save him.

LOGO: Another ad agency has come up with an alternative logo for NZ’s international arts festival.

STATE SERVICE: The lavishness in the State Sector will be legislated out of existance if National is re-elected.

BRAT PACK: Tony Ryall, Nick Smith, Bill English and Roger Sowry gave a presentation in Porirua yesterday with slides and jokes.



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