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The Evening Post, Wednesday 7 February, 2001
Article: Mathew Loh

We're here to play rugby - English wins Nat. N0 2 spot - Saudi bomber worked in NZ - Porirua firm wins UN job - Rescue team beef-up for capital - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial

We're here to play rugby: Protest organisations hope for big numbers when they protest Fiji's participation in this weekend's rugby sevens tournaments at Wgtn's WestpacTrust Stadium.

English wins race to Nat No 2 spot: National MPs have elected Bill English as their deputy leader.

Saudi bomber worked in NZ: A former NZ health worker has publically confessed to a lethal car bombing in Saudi Arabia and could face being beheaded.

Porirua firm snares UN job:Exicom technologies has won a contract to supply millions of dollars worth of radio equipment to UN peacekeepers.

Rescue team beef-up for Capital: NZ's only urban search and rescue team may be bolstered to improve Wellingtonian's chance of surviving a disaster.

Inside headlines
- Conflict no excuse - G G;
- Return to Waitangi, Govt told;
- Maori set goals in a 40-year-plan;
- Cancer patient tells sorry tale;
- Teen forgives attacker;
- Fresh blows for City Voice;
- French Navy not welcome;
- Cross-town house move a wheel hoot

Sports lead
Fleming hits all-time low after series loss: Several under-performing Black Caps were given a stay-of-execution but skipper, Stephen Fleming, feels the noose tightening after the thrashing by Sri Lanka

Editorial: Transmission Gully: Why we're waiting;
Till career do us part

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