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Christine Rankin – NZ Open – Invincibles Jersey – Body Found

CHRISTINE RANKIN: “It feels fantastic, I feel free,” Christine Rankin said yesterday after the close of her historic claim against the Government in which she is now seeking more than $1 million.

NZ OPEN: Michael Campbell is unlikely to defend his New Zealand Open golf title against world No 1 Tiger Woods if admission prices for the tournament are set beyond the reach of ordinary Kiwis.

INVINCIBLES JERSEY: Invincibles after a High Court judge said he was “not convinced” it had sole rights to images of the All Blacks.

BODY FOUND: The battered body of a man was found in a lake near Maungakino, south of Tokoroa, yesterday.

Inside Political Headlines:
- Winz use of high-cost temp staff questioned;
- Treasury women stand up for Prebble;
- Claims of sexism in high places;
- Enza seeks quick fix over deductions row;
- Enforce drinking laws, says National;
- A house of horrors from inside and out.

Editorial: Horomia’s yawning gaps.

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