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The Evening Post

ALL BLACKS: The All Blacks would have won against France if they had been angry enough says ex All Black Brian Lochore.

POPULATION: Kapiti will need at least another 600 ha of land for housing in the next 50 years to cater for its exploding population.

YAWN: The Rugby World Cup has disrupted over half of all Kiwis sleeping patterns according to a study.

HOBBS: Labour’s Wellington Central candidate Marian Hobbs urged voters to vote either Labour or Alliance to get rid of the government yesterday.

LIST: NZ First leader Winston Peters strongly defended his party list after placing his two woman MPs in unelectable positions.

ST PATS: Upper Hutt Council has moved to allow a $120 million supermall at Silverstream by changing its District Plan.

TRIALS: Human trials for a world first cancer test began in Wellington this week.

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