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Families of passengers on a sunken South Korean ferry have protested angrily over the rescue operation.
A caregivers umbrella group says a policy to pay carers of disabled family members is unworkable and its implementation is an unmitigated disaster.
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The FIRST Union says shop assistants will be pressured by employers to work at Easter if the Easter holidays are done away with.
Restrictions on the movement of fruit and vegetables in Whangarei have been lifted as no more Queensland fruit flies have been found. A single fly was found in a trap in Parihaka on 1 April.
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