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The Dominion

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHTS POWERLESS: The powerful group of foreign ministers in Auckland yesterday were powerless against rumours of an Indonesian military coup .

McGEE WINS EMMY: New Zealand writer and producer Ian McGee won an Emmy award in New York last night.

WATSON: The jury is out in the Scott Watson murder trial and the judge has asked them to try and reach a verdict.

CEASEFIRE CALLED – MILITIA: The militia have called a ceasefire in East Timor, it was announced last night.

YOUNG VOTERS DISSATISFIED: Young voters are dissatisfied with the political process and are not enrolling to vote as a result.

SNIFFER DOGS: The US Secret Service skipped six sniffer dogs through quarantine into New Zealand by disguising them as guide dogs.

CLINTON SPEECH: On Wednesday in Christchurch Bill Clinton will speak about the environment and Antarctica.

NZ – SINGAPORE: New Zealand and Singapore will negotiate a free trade deal which will put their closest trading partners on the back foot.


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