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Tamihere's Secret Revealed On Scoop

Published: Fri 26 Nov 1999 12:40 AM
by Selwyn Manning
A symbol of a new beginning? Well that’s the way John Tamihere, his wife, and family are viewing General Election day tomorrow.
But there is more to it than politics.
Scoop can now reveal a well kept secret. John Tamihere’s wife is due to have a baby on November 27.
And of course, as Scoop readers, you will know that John Tamihere is expected to win the Hauraki seat in tomorrow’s election to become a first term Member of Parliament.
The Tamiheres are hoping that their new baby will be born tonight. And Scoop sources say signs show this looks likely.
John Tamihere says he is happy for Scoop to bring you this news first.
Selwyn Manning - Scoop Auckland
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