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EPOST News Monitor, Wednesday, Sept 27, 2000

The Evening Post, Wednesday, 27 Sept, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


I won't be a puppet - Safe at last - Nine arrested in IMF protest - PMs duel for Midas touch - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial

I won't be a puppet: Wellington City councillor Alick Shaw is severing his links with the local Labour administration, saying he won't be controlled by Wellington party officials.


Safe at last: The front page pic shows rescued tramper Matthew Painting with his mother and sister.


Nine arrested in IMF protest: Nine people were arrested in Cuba Mall yesterday during a protest against the meeting of the IMF in Prague.


PMs duel for Midas touch: Australian PM John Howard has been a lucky charm for his country's athletes - now Helen Clark is hoping to have the same effect.


Inside headlines.
- Teachers, nurses leave, but not docs;
- Skin cancer, white-collar jobs linked, study finds;
- Compulsory Maori in too hard basket;
- Police seek woman in Dyne death probe;
- Man charged for TV assault;
- Hammond house secure;
- Don't turn up for ops, hospital tells patients;
- Spring-clean for Wgtn region;
- Blumsky turns down LGNZ job;
- Fond memories of a different police force;
- Mayors unified in gully funding hunt;
- Press club invites Archer back.


Sports lead
Medal on her mind: Beatrice Faumuina and mum Roini went shopping in Sydney yesterday but while Roini had her eye on bargains 'Queen B' had medals on the mind.


Editorial: A touchy Bill that just might get passed;
Mark Blumsky, MP?

PMs duel for Midas touch:Australia

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