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Tranz Rail Safety Damned - PM Concerned at Todd's Go for Gold - Black Magic -Dead Toddler Taken To Rest Home - Truckers Moan about Ferry Prices - Inside Headlines - Editorial

TRANZ RAIL SAFETY DAMNED: The Evening Post leads with claims, to a ministerial inquiry, by wives and families of Tranz Rail staff killed on the job that the dead workers had repeatedley voiced concerns about dangerous conditions.

PM Concerned at Todd's Go For Gold: Helen Clark wants an assurance that Olympic equestrian and tabloid target Mark Todd wanted be challenged on the basis of his alleged cocaine use if he wins gold at Sydney 2000.

Black Magic: The front-page photo shows a giant All Black jersey laid out in front of Saturday's test venue - Wgtns Westpac Trust Stadium.

Dead Toddler Taken to Rest Home: Murdered and abused Waiarapa toddler Hinewaoriki Karaitiana-Matiaha was taken to a rest home before being dropped off DEAD at Masterton Hospital, police say.

Truckers moan about Ferry Prices: The Road Transport Forum claims controls are necessary to stop Tranz Rail exploiting it's market dominance.

Inside Headlines:

-Fijian rebels briefly hold 30 Indians;
-Celebrations in order for Ambler (former Kapiti mayor Brett);
-Army bid to retain me unlawful, says major;
-PM criticises Japan's whale-catch plans;
-Surgeons' immunity call provokes flak;
-NZ nears police state- Prebble;
-Minister's price claims fruitless;
-Indonesia responsible- PM;
-Chapman must pay $16,000.

EDITORIAL- All Blacks turn capital all Gold; - Nurses needed urgently.


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