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DENTAL: Thousands of Wellington kids will have their teeth checked in mobile dental caravans next year as the Willis St Dental Clinic closes in December.

TAX: Prime Minister Jenny Shipley appears to accept Richard Prebbles assertion that a 20c flat tax rate could be introduced without cutting government spending..

BATONS: Police are glad to see the new extendable batons which go from 19cms to 53 cms at the flick of the wrist.

DEBT: Students now owe $3.44 billion in debt to the government.

JETS: New Air NZ 737 – 300 jets are still to loud for residents near Wellington airport.

BREAST FEEDING: Short hospital stays for new mothers may be behind a fall in the the number of women breastfeeding.

RUGBY: The All Blacks will have a hostile crowd when they play France on Monday at Twickenham.

PREBBLE: Richard Prebble claims to have won last nights leaders debate ‘hands down’.

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