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EVENING POST, NEWS MONITOR, 05 04 01


Million dollar patient - Strippers set to move in to Capital's party zone - Hair date hangs over tiatia - Police hunt for children - Qantas mum over receiver claim - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


Million dollar patient: One patient at Wellington hospital is set to consume more than $1million of drugs and blood products this financial year.


Strippers set to move in to Captital's party zone: A massage parlour and strip bar planned for Courtenay Place heralds a rush of sex outlets in the area, says the manager of Liks Bar in Vivian St.


Hair date hangs over Tiatia: Big Hurricanes rugby loose-forward is keeping his hair long til his daughters 1st birthday or the end of the Super 12.


Police hunt for children: Wellington detectives are hunting two toddlers at the centre of an international custody battle.


Qantas mum over receivership claims: Qantas NZ- is refusing to comment over reports of business woes.


Inside headline
- Aus keen on Kiwi skyhawks;
- Suicide and sport link dismissed;
- Timor clashes downplayed;
- Vivian St meets Wall St in Hof, Bavaria;
- Defence sees red in Shelly Bay scrap;
- Black-box evidence cleared;
- Dance act not for waifs;
- Pre-school education pays off;
- Glitterati robe up of Versace launch


Sports lead
Larkham wants Hurricanes test: Brumbies ace Stephen Larkham wants a red-hot game of Super 12 rugby against the Hurricanes in Wellington tommorrow night to test how fit he is.


Editorial
Bunkle should look first to herself

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