Book Reviews | Gordon Campbell | Scoop News | Wellington Scoop | Community Scoop | Search

 

EPOST News monitor Thursday, September 7, 2000

The Evening Post, Thursday, 7 September 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


Kiwis to rescure after UN killings - Bad break no brake - Donations for Timor roll in - Pressure on Indonesia mounts - 31 killers seek parole - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


Kiwis to rescure after UN Killings: Three RNZAF helicopeters flew to the rescure of 57 United Nations civilian staff in West Timor after a rampaging mob killed and mutilated four aid workers at a refugee camp.


Bad break no brake: Filo Tiatia is back on the bike tommorrow recovering from a broken arm.


Donations for Timor roll in: The front page pic shows two RNZAF officers with toys bound for Timor.


Pressure on Indonesia mounts: The overnight killings of UN staff in West Timor has increased the international pressure on Indonesia to clamp down on pro-Jakarta militias, says Prime Minister Helen Clark.


31 killers seek parole: Convicted murderer Paul Joseph Dally appeared before the parole board on Tuesday.


Inside headlines
- Samuels supporters turn on Prebble, call for inquiry;
- New rules for adoption of Samoan kids;
- Speaker rules out use of 'cullenisation' term;
- MPs inspect Gully highway route;
- NZ Post weighs up People's Bank;
- Maori must embrace future - Myers;
- Date set to resume nurse pay talks;
- No abuse found in ACC child referrals;
- Drugs bill blowout, predicts national;
- Violence follows rap concert;
- Baby pinched black and blue, court told;
- Charity gathering of golden oldies;
- Former Kapiti council manager wins compo;
- Give back your medals, deserter told.


Sports lead
Auckland loses forward grunt: Auckland's two most experienced forwards - Robin Brooke and Craig Dowd - appear likely to miss Friday night's game against Wgtn at WestpacTrust Stadium.


Editorial: Tariana Turia and that ill-chosen H word



© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Top Scoops Headlines

 

Gordon Campbell: On The Anti-Corbyn Split In British Labour

The resignation of seven UK Labour MPs in protest against the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn is another example of the centre-left’s readiness to sabotage its own cause... More>>

Scoop 3.0 Update & Membership Sale: The End Of ‘Objectivity’ In Journalism

2019 looks like it might well be another really bad, terrible, not so good year for the traditional journalism model globally... on the positive side, smaller independent players with innovative digital models and a more open approach like our ScoopPro service look likely to be more relevant than ever. More>>

ALSO:

Gordon Campbell: On America’s ‘Green New Deal’

‘Socialism’ is more of a political scare word than an objective condition. Even in the US, as Nate Silver’s 538 website pointed out this week there is polling evidence that modern Americans are inclined to treat socialism as meaning ‘equality’ rather than the ‘government ownership or control’ that Americans understood the term to mean back in the 1940s... More>>

Gordon Campbell: On Listening To Ocasio-Cortez About Tax

In its attitudes to tax, New Zealand has been the last colonial outpost of Thatcherism. Change, however, may be in the air. More>>

ALSO:

Gordon Campbell: On The Nelson Fire And Climate Change

The Nelson fire has been a useful warning of things to come, given how climate change will (a) increase the likelihood of reduced rainfall and drought-like conditions in many parts of New Zealand, which – obviously – will raise (b) the fire danger and (c) the cost of providing the communities at risk with the enhanced firefighting capabilities that they’re going to need. More>>

ALSO:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  • PublicAddress
  • Pundit
  • Kiwiblog