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The Evening Post

The Evening Post leads with the Government giving the green light for Wellington Hospital to upgraded at Newtown. There had been lobbying to move the entire hospital to Porirua. The Hospital at Kenepuru will become a 24 hour A and E unit.

Also on the front page:

Jonah Lomu has told his manager to shut up about playing contracts until after the World Cup.

A full battalion will be sent to East Timor

The rundown toilets at Aro Street - the scene of NZ's most famous spy drama - is the subject of a campaign to save it.

A youth feared to be on the run from jail was found by police on a bus heading to court


The Maritime Safety Authority says the troubled ferry Aratere is the safest of Tanz Rail's ferries

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