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ATM WARS: Bank customers can expect big rises in ATM fees after WestpacTrust announced it was more than trebling its fees.

WATSON: Scott Watson denied murdering Ben Smart and Olivia Hope when asked if he did, an ex girlfriend of his told the High Court yesterday.

CLINTON ESCORT: Anna Shipley may escort Chelsea Clinton during her five day trip to New Zealand.

QUAKE: Three people survived six days trapped in a crumbled building following a large quake in Turkey which has killed over 12,000 people.

TOURIST FOUND: An American tourist was found alive after spending a month in Australia’s harshest outback.

‘DEAD’ WOMAN: An inquest into the death of a woman who may have been enbalmed alive will hear fresh evidence that she squeezed her daughters hands after being pronounced dead.

NZ FIRST: New Zealand First set its first coalition condition yesterday – an investigation into the companies at the heart of the Winebox.

SHIPLEY: Prime Minister Jenny Shipley will face a grilling in the House today over the Timberlands allegations, with Labour buoyed by friendly polls.

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