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RANKIN AND LABOUR: Christine Rankin has kept her job but could come under pressure to resign if Labour form the next government.

CANCER PILL: The Hospital Ethics Committee deny claims that approval has been given for clinical trials of Lyprinol as suggested by medical researcher Henry Betts.

LYPRINOL: A Hamilton cancer sufferer offered Dr Ross MacLeod part of her own supply of Lyprinol after hearing of his frustrated attempts to get the extract.

HOPE DWINDLING: Hope has all been given up of finding more survivors in a train wreck in India.

INDUSTRY SLIPPING: Industry are not doing as well as expected in beating the Y2K bug according to the Y2K Readiness Commission.

GARTH GEORGE: The failings of the Health System.

MORE LYPRINOL: Lyprinol could be back on the shelves within months as a supplement according to the Ministry of Health.

AND MORE: Three government ministers were briefed on Lyprinol before its launch this week.

MILLENIUM PARTY: The Auckland millennium party featuring and other public events are under a cloud after a judge ruled out temporary council permits.

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