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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

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