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from The Week In Review on Friday 11 May 2012
A review of the week's news including: Pike River families say 18 months of "hell" have been for nothing; Government wants female beneficiaries and their teenage daughters on long term contraception; Minister of Finance downplays deteriorating Government accounts; no retrial for "Urewera Four"; report on air crash triggers calls for tourists' boycott; John Key says drug testing may be introduced to tourism sector; male Queensland fruit fly in Auckland suburb gives export sector the jitters; Dunedin City Council launches plan to create 10,000 jobs, increase incomes over next decade; Conservative Party leader's "promiscuous" remark sparks outrage; Lam hints he won't be reapplying and duck shooting season starts.
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