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The Evening Post

POLICE: An extra 60 police are planned for Wellington it was revealed today.

WILSON: All Black Jeff Wilson became the greatest try scorer in All Black history today when NZ thrashed Italy 101 – 3. Jeff Wilson has scored 37 test tries, breaking John Kirwan’s record of 35.

BEYER: Carterton Mayor Georgina Beyer says a transexual should have played the Coronation Street part of Hayley who is a woman playing the part of a man.

HOSPITAL: It was more blankets all round after heating failed at Wellington Hospital’s 210 Block.

WED: Newly-wed strangers returned to NZ last night after a honeymoon in Venice after being wed on radio.

NUDE: Kapiti Council is considering making some beach areas clothing optional this summer.

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