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EPOST News Monitor, Monday, 11 September, 2000

The Evening Post, Monday, 11 September, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


Pain continues at the pump - Precious pics survive fire - Cup event possible for capital - Study confirms richest suberbs - Kiwi golfer just fails to tame tiger - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial.


Pain continues at the pump: The pain is far from over for Kiwi motorists despite oil cartel Opec deciding to increase production to counter worldwide protests over petrol price hikes.


Precious pics survive fire: The front pag epic shows Nicole Edmonds with remains from a fire which burnt her school.


Cup event possible for capital: Wellington may again feature in an America's Cuo build-up event as Team New Zealand looks to spread interest.


Study confirms richest suberbs: A new study confirms people living in Karori and Wadestown are economically far better off than those people living in Cannon's Creek and NaeNae.


Kiwi golfer just fails to tame Tiger: Grant Waite tangled with Tiger Woods for 17 holes but lost touch on the 18th.


Inside headlines
- Generation gap a chasm for users;
- Boy pulled from floodwaters;
- NZ can build bridges - PM;
- Cheap-deal tourists feel safe;
- Don't just rage, says CLark;
- Seven go, but for different reasons;
- East Timor a problem for army, says deserter;
- Cafe Menton meets food, wine challenge;
- Brain exposed, sent home;
- Two attacks on ambulance officers;
- Tests show beaches unsafe.


Sports lead.
"We're ready:" - Sydney: A jubliant Sydney yesterday declared "We're Ready" after an Olympic dress rehersal went off almost without a hitch.


Editorial: The gloss has gone from the Clark govt;
Te Papa decision a good one.

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