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EVENING POST, OCT 13

The Evening Post, Friday, 13 October, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


'This is war' - Israel - No penalty on teacher for assault - Ferries stop, fisherman drowns - Tested a 7 litre turbo, nabbed in a Honda - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


'This is war' - Israel: Israeli deputy prime minister Binyamin Ben-Eliezer warned today Palestinian President Yasser Arafat was heading for war with Israel and peacemaking was dead.


No penalty for teacher for assault: A Lower Hutt teacher has escaped penalty after being convicted on a charge of assaulting one of his pupils.


Ferries stop, fisherman drowns: The front page pic shows Wgtn motorists engulfed in seaspray at stormy Lowry Bay.


Tested a 7 litre turbo, nabbed in a Honda: He's test driven Porshes, Ferraris and a 7 litre Bentley but Paul Owen lost his licence speeding in a Honda Civic.


Inside headlines
- Mallard limits pay rises for top bureaucrats;
- Corruption threat to public service;
- Cullen, Anderton at odds over super investments;
- PM plans to make cabinet changes;
- Terralink sale subject to probe;
- Bylaw makes Clifford Bay popular again;
- CCH must explain no lift or stairs - Creech;
- Second assault fugitive surrenders to police;
- Waterfront decision to be made next year;
- Hospital staff mum on errors, says doctors;
- Shaw won't give himself up - sister;
- Pukerua Bay hobbits on strings


Sports lead
Lions lapping up late chance: Wellington may not have been in tonight's semi-final against Auckland except for the mid-term decision to change the way it was playing, says skipper, Norm Hewitt.


Editorial: Cool heads required in the middle east;
Getting back on track

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