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Swain's Condition Improving - PM

Published: Fri 24 Dec 1999 01:42 PM
Prime Minister Helen Clark said today that the Hon Paul Swain ‘s condition is
improving and he is expected to be transferred back to Hutt Hospital later
today.
“Paul and his family very much appreciate the many messages of support
they have received and look forward to him making a full recovery,” Helen
Clark said.
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