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Keyhole surgery blip in NZ First timetable

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Deputy Prime Minister and New Zealand First Leader Winston Peters says he has had successful keyhole surgery.

Mr Peters announced yesterday he was taking urgent medical leave after reporting to his doctor with symptoms of food poisoning and dehydration.

He thanked everyone for their kind wishes and thoughts and also thanked his medical staff.

The sudden medical procedure means New Zealand First’s campaign launch has been delayed until July 17.

However, the launch of the party's bid for electoral seats in Northland is going ahead this Sunday, spearheaded by Northland and Whangārei candidates Shane Jones and David Wilson.

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