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The Evening Post

POLL: Labour still appears in the box seat despite losing ground in the latest TVNZ Colmar Brunton Poll – largely because ACT rule out working with New Zealand First.

NPC: The Wellington Lions will try and ignore the hype around this weekends final against Waikato at Eden Park.

BURDETT: Evidence that came out at the trial of serial rapist Malcolm Rewa has led to a new trial being ordered for Teina Pora who was found guilty of the murder of Susan Burdett.

MAORI APPEAL: Urban Maori have lost an appeal against the Waitangi Fisheries Commission’s proposed allocation of $700 million in fisheries assets to iwi only.

CARD: Application forms for an 18 plus ID will be available at Post Shops from November 1 and will cost $20.

POLICE: Dramatic photo of a man being pinned to ground by police after a woman claimed a man was threatening to kill her.

HEALTH: The government announced another $175 million for hospital and health services today.

GULLS: A pigeon poisoning programme outside Wellington railway station is killing sea gulls in front of horrified onlookers.


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