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The Dominion

PAY RISE: The Higher Salaries Commission has given top MPs a six per cent pay rise.

BRAVERY AWARDS: The inaugural New Zealand bravery and gallantry awards, replacing various British awards, will be announced tomorrow.

RAPE: Three men have been areested after an alleged rape in the Waikato town of Meremere.

INDONESIA: PHOTO – A demonstrator waves a pistol at riot police at a protest against the election of Wahid as Indonesian president.

NATS SITE: The National Party’s youth web site ‘No Crap’ is very similar in terms of address to a hardcore gay sex site.

FIRE LEVY: The government left Fire Service chief Dame Margaret Bazley to front an unpopular rise in the fire service levy yesterday.

POLL: A TV3 Poll shows NZ First is likely to hold the balance of power after the election.



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