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BICKERING: Labour and the Alliance bickered in public today with Michael Cullen saying there was no post of Minister of Economic Development for Jim Anderton and saying the Alliance spending plans were heroic.

GREENS: The Greens are on track to win the seat of Coromandel with co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons on 39 per cent of the electorate vote, up three per cent from Nationals Murray McLean.

BOAT: Boat builders from the US are en-route to New zealand to see if the snapped Young America can be repaired.

TRIPLETS: A woman who had triplets is living with two men as she cannot be sure who is the father and blood tests are inconclusive.

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