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Cancer Treatment Crisis – New Look Defence – Elderly Drivers – Cyber Stalker – Javelin Accident

- CANCER TREATMENT CRISIS: Cancer treatment in New Zealand is in crisis as specialists flee huge workloads and growing waiting lists.

- NEW LOOK DEFENCE: The Prime Minister has given the strongest hint yet of a new look defence force, more concerned with national security and pulling away from long standing regional defence ties.

- ELDERLY DRIVERS: 120 elderly drivers made five or more attempts at the older driving test before passing it between May 1999 and last month, figures released by the Transport Minister show.

- CYBER STALKER: Kiwi author Rhonda Bartle has been targeted by an alleged international cyber stalker.

- JAVELIN ACCIDENT: A 15-year-old girl was hit in the back of the neck by a javelin at a girl’s school athletics meet on the North Shore yesterday.

Inside Political Headlines:
- MP leased home, then asked about allowance;
- Harre presses on with paid parental leave;
- Sir Michael gives last awards;
- Mobile young bypass quarter acre dream;
- Universities in degree link;
- Wellington’s real rates rise may be 7.6pc;
- Police commissioners make plans for cyber cops.

Editorial: End of an era for Fletcher.

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