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RANKIN: A Labour victory in the general election could spell the end of Christine Rankin’s future as chief executive of WINZ with Helen Clark promising an immediate inquiry into the department.

PORN: Two Wellington firefighters have left the service after porn was found on Fire Service computers.

BOMB: A charge of manslaughter against a man who made a bomb which killed his stepson has been dropped.

DEBATE: A political scientist says Labour leader Helen Clark won last nights leaders debate by a whisker.

LOMU: Jonah Lomu is expected to announce he has signed with the Wellington Hurricanes today.

FUCK: The Broadcasting Standards Authority has ruled the use of the word ‘fuck’ is OK after 10pm by rejecting a complaint against the Havoc show for using it.

CANNABIS: Helen Clark last night declined to say whether she had ever used cannabis. Mrs Shipley said she never had.

TELECOM: The Alliance says regulating Telecom would be a high priority in a new government.

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