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EPOST News Monitor, Thursday, September 14, 2000

The Evening Post, Thursday, September 15, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh

'Apartheid as bad as 'holocaust' - Victim tells of the fear behind the crime stats - Losses can't wipe smiles - Clinton cook peels kiwis for spurning sex - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial.

'Apartheid as bad as 'holocaust': National list MP Georgina Te Heuheu has denounced New Zealand First leader Winston Peters' description of Government policies as creeping apartheid.

Victim tells of fear behind the crime stats: It's been five months since a masked man sexually assaulted and robbed a Thorndon woman in her home. Time hasn't healed, nor has it netted her attacker.

Losses can't wipe smiles: The front page pics are a montage of Olympic sights.The Aussies started as losers, but even that hasn't dented the sense of excitement in Sydney before tommorrows Olympic opening ceremony.

Clinton cook peels kiwis for spurning sex: A White House pastry chef has claimed she was made to peel a mountain of kiwifruit as punishment for spurning the advances of the head chef.

Inside headlines.
- Don't focus on cannabis, Maori tell Govt;
- Student debt hike a worry for Govt;
- The few and what they did;
- Nurses to stop for pay talks;
- Crime stats down for Wgtn region;
- Council's Cook sets sights on mayoralty;
- Job seeker finds brain drain no myth;
- Boys take up solar challenge;
- Fatal accident delays SH1 traffic;
Club, pub thefts rife, security expert says.

Sports lead.
I'm better than ever - Waddell: Rob Waddell has sent a chilling message to his challengers for Olympic single sculling gold by proclaiming his build-up as superior to the ones which have earned him two World Championship triumphs.

Editorial: The Olympic Games - A tainted ideal?

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