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CANNABIS: A Labour led government would like to re-examine cannabis law and ACT NZ would support such a review, leaving National isolated.

ROAD: A two kilometre chemical spill near Porirua caused traffic havoc last night as the busy road was closed for six hours.

WINZ: A disgruntled WINZ client went berserk in the Orewa WINZ office, smashing windows and a computer with a wooden club. He was arrested.

LOMU: Jonah Lomu gave the strongest hint yet that he is looking to play for the Hurricanes in the next NPC when he turned up unannounced at Wellington’s new stadium.

BANKS: Banks are on the alert after an Asian group using scanned credit cards struck in Auckland this week.

FLOOD: Angry residents of Alexandra demanded answers from Bill English yesterday on what the government was doing to prevent silting in Lake Roxburgh.

TROUSERS: An English court has ruled tow women could wear trousers instead of the skirts their employer demanded.

LANGE: David Lange is being tipped for a diplomatic post in India under a Labour government.



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