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Sunday Star Times

POLICE PROBE: The Sunday Star Times leads with a report that police bosses are probing allegations o misconduct in a South Island station following an SST investigation. The allegations concern relationships between Greymouth police and deer poachers.

RUGBY: The front-page photo shows All Black half-back Justin Marshall savouring the Australian error which led to New Zealand's only test try yesterday.

Also on the front-page

- PAUL HOLMES TELLS ALL: a banner report (pointing to a full-page front of focus piece) into Paul Holmes new tell-all autobiography in which he gushes about Hinemoa Elder and portrays Fleur Revell as a shameless hussy. Revell apparently hasn't red the book but is horrified about what she has heard about it.

- LEGAL AID: a report that the government plans to reform legal aid, abolishing lawyer's domination of the system and aiming to save taxpayers $15 million a year.

Inside:

- FIJI CRASH: a report that a Chinese New Zealander is among the 17 people who died when an Air Fiji plane crashed yesterday;

- TAURANGA PUPIL ABUSE: a report that parents of children at the centre of a teacher abuse inquiry in Tauranga say they do not want the teacher to work in a classroom again - the teacher allegedly taped pupils mouths shut and hit them with rulers;

- JFK JUNIOR: a report into America's farewell to a beloved son;

- WINZ: a report that three government agencies have cancelled conferences at exclusive North Island resorts following controversy over lavish spending by WINZ;

- WTO: a report by National Affair's Editor Pattrick Smellie into the "extraordinary rise of Mike Moore";

WINZ: The editorial argues something has gone seriously wrong in the a managerial fantasyland at Winz.

In Focus:

- PAUL HOLMES: Phil Taylor reports on Paul Holme's biography;

- WINZ: Ruth Laugeson discusses WINZ;

- AUSTRALIA: A report that Australia thinks they have it right while lil-ole-NZ got it's reforms wrong;

- WINZ: Frank Haden discusses WINZ.


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