News. Peters hospitalised with mystery illness... "We got his temperature down, then a simple media enquiry shot it right up again!" 1 August, 2006.
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Winston Peters, Minister of Foreign Affairs, lies in his hospital bed, looking grumpy. A doctor and a nurse stand at his bedside discussing the fact that an enquiry from the media shot his temperature up after he had appeared to be on the mend. Refers to Winston Peters having been hospitalised after a spider-bite and also to the spat between he and the media during his July visit to Washington.
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