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VILLAGE: A $30 million village is being planned for Greta Point – one piece of prime Wellington waterfront.

MOURNING AFTER: More fallout from the World Cup loss.

ANSETT: ANSETT NZ is considering making 50 pilots redundant under their new contracts.

MIDWIFE: A Hutt midwife may face disciplinary action after the Health and Disability Commissioner found she gave inadequate care to a pregnant woman whose baby died in her womb.

YES OR NO?: Yes or no answers to questions in last night’s leaders debate stumped politicians – some of who had changed their tune from only a month before on certain issues.

TAX TUNES: The Prime Minister and her Treasurer were out of synch during a press conference yesterday when the PM said corporate and tax cuts would go ahead in the next three years. Bill English, who was also at the conference, had days earlier said this was not affordable.

DEBT: Student debt is shaping up to be a key election issue.

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