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The Sunday Star Times

The Sunday Star Times front page is dominated by photos and coverage of the All Blacks 28-0 defeat of South Africa yesterday.

Also on the front page:

ACT'S AMBITIONS - ACT will push for Richard Prebble to be Finance Minister if it gets the chance to form a coalition with National following the elections. Depending on votes other positions sought would be; Associate Finance - Rodney Hide, Associate Treaty Negotiations - Ken Shirley, associate social services role - Muriel Newman or Patricia Schnauer, Associate Education - Donna Awatere Huata, Agricultural role - Owen Jennings. Jenny Shipley's office said ministerial positions were a matter for after the election and would be dependant on party vote.

COVER UP - Outgoing Health Commissioner, Robyn Stent says senior doctors cover up for erring colleagues.

Inside:

NAT CONFERENCE - Jenny Shipley has defined National as a party for winners and it can help all New Zealanders become winners.

TYPHOID - A woman who contracted typhoid while on Pacific cruise is angry that she was not told she had the disease before she returned to teaching. The woman is also suing the shipping line.

LORD OF THE RINGS - The movie Lord of the Rings, to be made in New Zealand by Peter Jackson, has been given another $100 million to take the cost of filming to $360 million. The second most expensive movie in history behind the Titanic.

THE LAST LABOUR GOVERNMENT - There is extensive coverage of the fall of the fourth Labour Government, which happened decade ago.

POLITICAL COLUMNS - Ruth Laugesen looks at National's tax cuts policy and wonder whether they are behind ACT's inability to do better in polls. Ian Templeton wonders whether the National Party is jonxed

CINEMA'S FUTURE - The Business section leads with a look at the future of cinema in New Zealand and says things look bleak for the independents.


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