INCIS: The Dominion leads today with a report that the police still owe IBM $40 million for the INCIS project and the computer giant is prepared to go to court to get the money, sources say.
TRANSPLANT REMEMBERED: The front-page photo shows John Boyer who has buried his - transplanted - heart in his garden.
Also on the front page:
- WINZ DEMAND TO DEAD MAN: a report that a dead Wellington man was sent a letter demanding he pay back $21.69 to Work and Income New Zealand for a superannuation payment covering the day after his death;
- KOHANGA KILLER: a report that convicted killer Huia Tawhai has agreed to leave the Stokes Valley kohanaga reo where she was working as a volunteer;
- GISBORNE CONCERT: a report that the government may step in to save the Gisborne Millennium Concert that is on the verge of collapse PM Jenny Shipley indicated yesterday.
Inside Political Headlines
Coroner review calls for action on body parts;
- GE Maize protest - picture story;
- Fisheries allocation to traditional tribers "racist";
- Student loans review sought;
- Jackie Brown appointed to head Child Youth and Family Services Department;
- A report that Wellington's cable car will be sold if the price is right;
INCIS: The editorial describes INCIS as a "dog that won't bark".
STUDENT LOANS: An op-ed feature examines the
increasingly besieged student loans