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EVENING POST, NEWS MONITOR 04 04 01


HARBOUR Hilton thrown lifeline - Dame Silvia completes constitutional quartet - Tiger keen on playing in NZ - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


Harbour Hilton thrown lifeline: Developers wanting to put a five-star Hilton hotel at Queens Wharf have been offered a ray of hope as Wellington City council moves to take back control of waterfront development.


Dame Silvia completes constitutional quartet: Women took a clean sweep of the country's four top constitutional positions when Dame Silvia Cartwright was sworn in as Governor General.


Tiger keen on playing golf in NZ: The world's best golfer Tiger Woods took time out at the US Masters golf tournament today to speak of his desire to play in New Zealand.


Inside headlines
- There's no going back;
- Aust wins from deal - study;
- Final bell for Kimi Ora principal;
- Be patient, firefighters told;
- 'Dr Death' hits a hidden snag;
- Hutt health board names new CEO;
- Behave well - Clark's tip for Bunkle;
- 'It's not your fault' shot soldier;
- French whine a case of sour grapes;
- Nats slam 'PC' appointees;
- Paramount goes to the dog for a good cause;
- Officer guilty of rape


Sports lead
Test spots on line in capital: Gary Freeman has 25 players pencilled in for his first test squad as new Kiwi league coach and says Saturday's showdown between the Canterbury Bulldogs and the New Zealand Warriors will help sift through a few names.


Editorial: An expensive solution to a political problem
Suicide: He must be kidding

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