The Dominion

Published: Wed 29 Aug 2001 09:26 AM
Mine Protests – Jane Clifton About The House – Boat Scuttled – Air NZ – AB Diet
MINE PROTESTS: Punches and insults were thrown as rival demonstrators faced off outside Parliament yesterday over Conservation Minister Sandra Lee’s decision to block goldmine expansion plans at Reefton.
JANE CLIFTON ABOUT THE HOUSE: If the defence forces ever decided to stage a coup, they’d do best to start their breach of beehive security with a visit to Mark Burton.
BOAT SCUTTLED: After nearly sinking several times next to Mirimar Wharf, near Wellington Airport, the rusting fishing boat Sarfaq was scuttled yesterday.
AIR NZ: Negotiations over Air New Zealand’s future are back in the hands of investment bankers Cameron and Co.
AB DIET: The All Blacks avoid fish and curries, and provide hotels with menus to ensure each player gets what he needs for optimum performance, team doctor John Mayhew says.
Inside Political Headlines:
- ‘Hit list’ nats say they’re not quitting;
- Henry should be condemning death threats, says MP;
- NZ First going back to its birthplace for conference;
- Mallard on a mission in a kayak;
- Skills tipped as key to residency;
- Anderton in trouble for ‘People’s Bank’ letter.
Editorial: Shun sham refugees.
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