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Government Briefing Papers Row – Abortion – Venezuelan Floods – Al Fayed Defamation – Christmas Weather – Moon Big Day Long

GOVERNMENT BRIEFING PAPERS: The PM Helen Clark is to investigate how many government agencies have employed consultants to write government briefing papers. Clark says she believes the public service has lost capacity.

ABORTION: SPUC says it will support a review of abortion law provided it is not about saving money. A certifying consultant agrees it is time for a review.

VENEZUELAN FLOODS: Venezuelan authorities have reviewed their assessment of the numbers killed, buried and swept out to sea in recent floods. They now believe up to 15,000 may

AL FAYED DEFAMATION: A jury has rejected a defamation claim against Mr Al Fayed, Neil Hamilton was stunned by the verdict.

CHRISTMAS WEATHER: Bad weather expected to set in on Christmas Eve clearing on Boxing Day.

MOON BIG DAY LONG: Today is summer solstice – the longest day – tonight the Moon will be unusually close and unusually large.

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