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Carter and ex-crim at odds over Samuels - Olympic athletes face taxing time - 100 trapped in sub stranded on sea-bed - No-more free savs for kids butchers told - Sobs as murder accused was free from court - Inside headlines - Sportslead - Editorial

Carter and ex-crim at odds over Samuels: Labour junior whip Chris Carter and former criminal he contacted - allegedly to "dig dirt" on Dover Samuels - are at odds over what they discussed.

Olympic athletes face taxing time: Overseas athletes who win gold at next month's Sydney Olympics may be returning home with an unwanted souvenir - a tax bill.

100 trapped in sub stranded on sea-bed: Moe than 100 Russian sailors were trapped in a nuclear power submarine on the seabed off northern Russia yesterday after technical faults forced them to shut down the nuclear reactor.

No more free savs for kids butchers told: Meat retailers are being warned by their national organization to stop handing out pre-cooked saveloys as treats for children.

Sobs as murder accused walks free from court: Stephen Uncles walked from the High Court at Palmerston North last night a free man after a jury found him not guilty of murder.

Inside headlines:

- Straight shooter Clark looks to sue lawyer; - Cullen, ACC defend rises in some premiums; - NZ's retreat potentially serious, says US commentator; - NZ envoy back to Fiji, but sanctions stay; - IRD's restructuring produces no savings; - Vic candidates state their case; - Four named to board of Tourism NZ; - PM wants, photo film rules eased; - Parents 'refused to have dying son treated'; - Smooth talking beauty's message; - Extra 22 million in user charges; - Winebox court-case possible, says lawyer; - Cambodians in NZ appalled at Im verdict; - Grandmother again remanded in custody;

Sports lead: Devastated Nevin vows to fight back: An injury plagued Chris Nevin wonders if the "cricket gods" are against him after his overseas tour for NZ last just three overs yesterday.

Editorial: Treaty clause danger ahead.


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