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BICKERING: Labour leader Helen Clark hurried to stop bickering between Labour and the Alliance by promising Anderton an economic role in a new government.

HAKA: An organisation is hoping 4000 people will perform a mass haka to welcome the new millennium in Wellington.

GREENS: The Greens look likely to take three MPs into parliament after a poll showed leader Jeanette Fitzsimons was ahead in the Coromandel seat..

STADIUM: The new Wellington stadium tested its lights for the first time last night.

WINZ: Furniture belonging to WINZ has been in commercial storage for over a year.

STREET: A Palmerston North street will be entered into the police computer after waiting more than a year – despite two mistakes effecting fire calls.

LION PAY: Lion Nathan Chief Executive took a $500,000 pay cut last year – but still received $2.29 million.

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