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SUPERBUG: The so called superbug at Christchurch Hospital has claimed another life with an eighth patient dying last week.

SPIKING: Several students at Remuera Intermediate school are under investigation for possibly spiking a teachers drink with a poisonous substance.

LOMU: Jonah Lomu’s girlfriend broke NZRFU rules and joined her partner on the Riviera yesterday.

POLL: A TVNZ Poll shows the election will be a cliffhanger with Labour and the Alliance losing support and National, ACT and New Zealand First gaining significantly.

WATER BOMBS: A waterbomb war has erupted in Wellington as residents lose their rags with a smelly fried chicken shop across the road.

HEART ATTACKS: Heart attacks may be infectious and caused by common microbes, scientists suggest.

ALLIANCE: The Alliance formally kicked off its election campaign yesterday saying it needed a strong party vote showing to get it’s policies delivered.

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