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EPOST News Monitor, Thursday, 21 Sept, 2000

EPOST News Monitor, Thursday, 21 Sept, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


SMOKE on the water - Husband and wife history for Waddells - Aussie lay bait for capital cops - Sanctuary siren a boon for real estate - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


SMOKE on the water: The front page pic shows Kiwi gold medal hope Rob Waddell who scorched home first in his single sculls semi-final.


Husband and wife history for Waddells: Waikato's Rob and Sonia Waddell today created rowing history by becoming the first husband and wife to qualify for Olympic finals in single sculls rowing.


Aussies lay bait for Capital cops: Queensland police are in Wellington tonight trying to poach Kiwi cops.


Sanctuary siren a boon for real estate: Karori's Kiwis are a hit - and they may be receiving night visitors by the end of the year.


Inside headlines.
- GPs' abuse checks overdue - refuge leader;
- 'People's Bank' edges closer;
- I foiled Nats leader coup, says Prebble;
- Toddler struck by car;
- Dream comes true foir tiny school;
- Wiggles wow Wellington;
- Bill to protect soldiers' jobs;
- Abuse backlog;
- Karori pool a year away;
- Fires roared like trains, returning firefighter says;
- Children share team's agony, ecstasy;
- Searcgh resumes for missing climber;
- Hunter sighting puzzles police;'
- Councillors clash over meeting attendances;
- Coro St can't match Telebingo Games coup.


Sports lead
Stick around - please!: A late charge for a win against the Netherlands could prove costly for New Zealand if it doesn't force a result against South Africa in tonights women's Olympic Hockey.


Editorial: Wanted: One business boosting policy

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