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Delamere Sacking – Death – East Timor – Nuclear Power – Expensive Pen – Tennis

DELAMERE SACKING: ACT leader Richard Prebble says Donna Awatere Huata will go if she is involved in the immigration scheme which led to Tuariki Delamere being sacked. Donna;s husband is believed to have been involved.

DEATH: The Medical Association is welcoming a call from the coroner for training in the proper procedures for death certificates and training for embalmers.

EAST TIMOR: Indonesia is denying that its troops are delaying refugees from returning from West Timor.

NUCLEAR POWER: Chernobyl Nuclear Power station is to be turned on again. Power tests are reportedly underway already. The Ukraine had promised to close the power plant.

EXPENSIVE PEN: The pen Edward VIII used to sign his abdication has been sold for $20,000.

TENNIS: Andre Agassi has had his first win of the year over Pete Sampras.



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