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GOLFER: American golfing hero Payne Stewart and four others have died following a plane crash in Sth Dakota.

INCIS: IBM and the government have settled out of court with the government paying IBM $18m and IBM paying the government $25million.

QUAKE: An earthquake measuring 6.3 rocked most of New Zealand today. It was located 175 kms under Taupo.

FRAUD: An Auckland businessman has denied 21 counts of fraud. The charges are connected to a Nigerian scam.

PIHA: Three men died at Piha Beach over the long weekend. Two men went to rescue their daughters in bad conditions and drowned. A fisherman was also washed off rocks and drowned.

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