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EVENING POST, NEWS MONITOR 06 06 01


Cancer patients' wait alarms - Who would be Mayor? - Cullen op Knee-on perfect - Mana Motuhake to apologise for Kupu - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


Cancer patients' wait alarms: The time it takes to get treated for cancer in Wellington has increased dramatically, with 44 percent of patients having to wait more than a month for radiation therapy.


Who would be Mayor?: If we can't have Mark Blumskywe want Blumsky mark II.


Culen op Knee-on perfect: The stock market can breathe again.


Mana Motuhake to apologise for Kupu: Mana Motuhake president Vern Winitana says the party wants to make a formal apology to the Alliance over its former list MP Alamein Kopu.


Inside headlines
- Hutt plan excites groups;
- Namana admits beating Lillybing;
- Going native in the Town Belt;
- Legal costs win for group;
- Chat in Maori upsets passenger in middle;
- Old St Paul's proposes free wedding;
- Fraudsters in cancer cash phone scam;
- Radio veteran quits slot on Sunday;
- Minimising waste led to design;
- Swords, crossbow stolen


Sports lead
No meddling in Spencer shift: Coach Matt Te Pou says he's made his own calls in a couple of controversial choices in the New Zealand Maori rugby team to play the Wallabies in Sydney on Saturday night.


Editorial: Familiar despair as super scrap resumes;
Will rugb lose Tietjens?

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