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EP OST News Monitor, Friday, 22 Sept, 2000

The Evening Post, Friday, 22 Sept, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


Sailors on Song - Killer stays in jail - Four wins puts crews near top - Economy gets modest boost - Rings cost $675 million - report - Inside Headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


Sailors on Song: The front page pic shows Kiwi's Chris Dickson and Glen Sowry in the their Tornado class yacht at Sydney 2000.


Four wins put crews near top: Kiwi sailors had a brilliant day at the Sydney Olympics yesterday. Four crews won races, and five are definite medal prospects.


Killer stays in jail: The man jailed for killing Taita teenager Karla Cardno, Paul Joseph Dally, has been refused parole, a spokesman for the Corrections Department says.


Economy gets modest boost: The embattled New Zealand economy has been given a modest boost by another quarterly fall in the current account defecit.


Rings cost $675m - report: The Lord of the Ring trilogy will cost $675 million, about 315 million more than previously reported, according to Vanity Fair.


Inside headlines.
- Retiring Upton takes dig at MPs;
- Brake put on Govt cash for Duff book;
- PM resurrects Peters' poll Bill;
- MP's smoke has Greens fuming;
- Invincible house sold;
- New roles of ex-PM Lange;
- What's in a pie;
- Big turnout a police tempted to Queensland;
- One in four CCH staff quit over past year;
- Boatshed overnight stays get thumbs-down;
- Jonah makes impact on Kiwi kids;
- Blind father hears every play;
- Kapiti councillors, mayor rate poorly;
- Facelift to restore interest in Lotto;
- Overseas buyer rescues Ninox.


Sports lead
Sure thing: our Rob's as good as gold: Rob Waddell is as good as gold, according to our last Olympic single sculls medalist, Eric Verdonk.


Editorial: Standing up to the Commonwealth rebels;
A victory for expediency.

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