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Breast Feeding – Leader’s Debate: Winston – Armenia – Rural Police – Holiday’s Act – Maori & Immigration - Credit

BREAST FEEDING: Auckland Uni study finds that breast-feeding rates are dopping. Plunket says that starting breast-feeding can be difficult.

LEADER’S DEBATE – WINSTON: The NZ First leader has given a broad hint that he may stay out of government after the next election.

ARMENIA: Gunmen have assassinated the PM of Armenia and several members of the Armenian Parliament.

RURAL POLICE: Rural policemen would be supported by rural volunteers Labour says in its police policy released today by George Hawkins.

HOLIDAY’S ACT: The CTU says changes must be made to the Holiday’s Act but says that caution must be exercised.

MAORI & IMMIGRATION: Police say no charges can be laid against the Confederation of Chiefs of United Aotearoa over the Maori passport row until a complaint is laid.

CREDIT: A credit check agency Baycorp says many NZers are becoming a worse credit risk.

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