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EPost News Monitor, Wednesday, 19 September, 2000

The Evening Post, Wednesday, 19 September, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh

Are uou being abused - That sinking feeling - Teenage mutant Paquin - Ockers snigger as Kiwis flop - Lessons from Waitara lie in past - Prasad - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial

Are you being abused: Dcotors should ask all women patients if they are being abused, officials have told Health Minister Annette King.

That sinking feeling: The front page pic shows Steven Ferguson competing in the 200 metres breaststroke.

Teenage mutant Paquin: Hollywood star Anna Paquin is back in Wellington. Only this time she is a plastic doll.

Ockers snigger as Kiwis flop: As if the Aussies didn't have enough to crow about at the Olympics already - Channel 7, the official games broadcaster, revelled in NZ's misfortune in a 'satirical' summation of day-four action.

Lessons from Waitara lie in past - Prasad: Taranaki people must learn about the history of dispossession suffered by local Maori before race relations improve, says the Race Relations conciliator.

Inside headlines
- Bill set to decriminalise prostitution;
- CCH nurses greatly undervalued - medics;
- Peacekeepers' families go the extra distance;
- Qantas cuts 470 seats to Sydney;
- Police hunt for fraudster;
- Toll fairest way to fund Gully - MOT;
- Greater responsibility for migrant sponsors;
- Algal bloom sees mussel-lovers switch off;
- Tourist agency appointments;
- Green MPs hand back Telecom soft toy gift;
- Search for Otaki man scaled down;
- Tensions loom over TVNZ - expert.

Sports lead
Richardson falls one short: Mark Richardson today achieved more than most New Zealand cricketers playing their second test but ultimately earned unwanted membership of the out on 99 club.

Editorial: Wake-up call for blundering trustees;
Populism has it's place;

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