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INVADER: The hunt is on for a new alien invader – the warty Australian eastern banjo frog after tadpole sightings in the Waitakere Ranges.

AIDS: New Zealand will no longer accept refugees with the HIV / AIDS virus.

SINKING: Young America cracked down the middle yesterday and the crew abandoned ship in choppy conditions yesterday.

LABOUR: Labour has pledged to spend up to $4.35 billion more than National in their first term and still post similar surpluses.

PUBLISHERS: At a fraud depositions hearing in Wellington yesterday it was debated whether top American publishers should be flown to Wellington to give evidence.

TAX: Alliance leader Jim Anderton has warned Labour not to abandon its tax increases solely to keep Winston Peters happy.

MUM: The solo mum at the centre of Labour’s campaign ad controversy has asked National MP Roger Sowry to stop picking on her.

ANDERTON: Alliance leader Jim Andertom has asked National to explain how it would accommodate the ‘fruitcake fringe’ of ACT in a coalition deal.


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