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STOWAWAY: A stowaway refugee committed four sex attacks in NZ within months of being allowed into the country according to NZ First MP Gilbert Myles.

FINES: People not enrolled for the general election today could face a $100 fine.

GOLFER: Payne Stewart, an American golf champion, died yesterday when his private jet crashed.

WIFE: The wife of Stewart watched the drama unfolding on TV.

QUAKE: An earthquake rocked the East Coast of the North Island yesterday but was hardly felt above where it occurred in Taupo.

BUSINESSMEN CAUGHT: Multimillion dollar investments in a Nigerian scam by two Kiwi businessmen were revealed in the Auckland District Court yesterday.

COROMANDEL: Ex Wellington Central candidate for National Mark Thomas said he knew how Labour’s Coromandel candidate felt after Helen Clark indicated an accomodation could be made in the seat to help the Greens.


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