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Zombie towns….It's a bleak diagnosis by one of our senior economists.Will our small towns have to shut down? Is it too late for Heartland New Zealand and should the last person out flick the switch? This week on SUNDAY.
Whanganui final result..
National Party 15,481 BORROWS, Chester NAT 17,306
ACT New Zealand 141 DAVIDSON, Alan ACT 194
Labour Party 8,102 McDOUALL, Hamish LAB 12,928
Conservative 1,629 MacINTYRE, Kim CNSP 810
Democrats for Social Credit 52 SMITH, Heather Marion NZDSC 197
Māori Party 167 TUAINE, Nancy MAOR 531
Elsewhere Hone Harewera was well beaten by the Labour candidate Kelvin Davis in the Te Tai Tokerau electorate.
National Party 5,669 BORROWS, Chester NAT 6,253
ACT New Zealand 54 DAVIDSON, Alan ACT 63
Labour Party 2,713 McDOUALL, Hamish LAB 4,380
Conservative 559 MacINTYRE, Kim CNSP 251
Democrats for Social Credit 29 SMITH, Heather Marion NZDSC 77
Māori Party 55 TUAINE, Nancy MAOR 149
A win's a win for struggling Wanganui even if it's against a team as poor as East Coast
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A win's a win but Wanganui will be playing in the second tier Lochore Cup it seems
David Ogilvie watched Wanganui’s Heartland Rugby Championship victory at Cooks Gardens today. Result and full report on this link: