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Investigate Magazine Now Fully Online

Published: Mon 26 Mar 2001 11:07 AM
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The best TV news is now online: comprehensive news, research and entertainment links, with complete back-issues of INVESTIGATE magazine now available to browse. Discover what you've been missing...
In this issue:
[Image] Flight Fright - how safe are you when you board that jumbo jet? A disturbing investigation of the world's 20th largest airline
Vaccines that kill - new reports from Britain, the USA and New Zealand cast further doubt on mass immunisation of babies
Barred Lamb - how ready are we to battle with foot and mouth or Mad Cow disease?
On The Border - we profile the unit whose task is to stop the trade in endangered species
Waitangi Travesty - an essay on why New Zealand's controversial Waitangi Treaty ultimately won't last
Don't Cry For Me - the new face of Argentina
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