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SURGERY: Two fill-in doctors performed emergency brain surgery on a patient on a remote island while receiving instructions by phone from a neurosurgeon 2600 kilometres away.

JONAH: There are rumours that Jonah Lomu and his partner Teina Stace are engaged. Is it an engagement ring on her finger or not?

GREENS: The Greens look set to help propel Labour into government after Green co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons opened up an eight point lead in the Coromandel.

GREENS OK: A coalition with the Greens is fine by Labour leader Helen Clark who says she would have no problems working with them.

BRUCE: Suzanne Bruce – the woman at the centre of the NZ First tax scandal says she regrets telling the party she would resign.

SWEAT SHOP: A woman who allegedly imported Thai women to work in a sweat shop in Auckland has had her assets and property frozen.

SHEEP: Scientists have conceded the Green Party are correct in their claims they plan to genetically engineer sheep to remove their fleece.

POLITICAL WEEK: Even a French farce could do without the melodrama – NZ First.

DONALD: Four out of town law commissioners are being flown into Wellington and put up in city apartments at a cost to the taxpayer of nearly $120,000 per year.


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