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BANK FEE: Pensioners could be paying bank fees they are not required to because banks have not informed them of their exemption.

DROWNING: A 24 year old Irish kayaker drowned in the Waikato river over the weekend – she was not wearing a life jacket and was swimming at the time.

SEAT: Labour believe they will get another list seat from the special votes which are due to be revealed on Wednesday.

SPEEDOS: Consumer magazine has revealed some car speedos are out by 15 per cent with the car going slower than the reading says.

TEEN: CYFS has placed a severely disturbed boy with a history of violence and inappropriate sexual behaviour with a Canterbury couple with young daughters.

FIRE: A massive fire fanned by winds razed four former forestry offices in Turangi yesterday afternoon.

POLITICAL WEEK – With Nick Venter: Coalition Couple Didn’t Labour Over Post-Election Negotiations.

WELFARE: Prime Minister elect Helen Clark has ruled out a boost to welfare before Christmas.




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