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THE EVENING POST

NURSING SHORTAGE: Heart operations at Wellington Hospital are being postponed because there aren’t enough nurses.

RUGBY: NZ beat England 30-16 at the weekend.

TV: NZ kids are getting fatter and becoming intellectually stunted because of an addiction to TV which begins soon after they are born, a new study says.

WGTN RUGBY: Wellington beat Otago 36-16 at Athletic Park in the weekend, so now face Waikato in the semi finals.

CRICKET: India are all out for 83 in the first test against NZ, and the Black Caps are 119 for 3 in reply.

PARK: Residential development is likely for the Athletic Park site.

BANKS: John Banks wants to be the mayor of Auckland and host a TV news show.

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