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ARATERE: Cook Straight Ferry Aratere broke down again this morning near Wellington Heads. The engines shut down at 6.20am and it was ten minutes before a backup engine restored power and the trip to Picton continued.

LOMU: There is a rumour that Jonah Lomu will play for the Wellington Hurricanes to be near his Wellingtonian girlfriend.

STADIUM: Night will be turned to day when the lights at Wellington’s new stadium are first tested on Wednesday.

SHORTLAND ST: A Shortland Street fan got to sit in a mock Shortland St set in the Wellington Film Centre.

ELECTION: Winston Peters has rubbished the Prime Minister’s threats of a second election if his NZ First party holds the balance of power after the election.

ACT: ACT is facing the music over internal differences about how the arts should be funded after leader Richard Prebble stormed out of a National Radio interview on the weekend.

DOUGLAS: 2000 books by ACT President Sir Roger Douglas have been sent to voters in the Hutt for them to read and pass on.


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