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EVENING POST, OCT 16

The Evening Post, Monday October 16, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


Oil fires inflation rate to 5-year-high - King-hit Cairns - Kiwi tells of living under terror threat - It's the little things that count - Pray for Kiwi pilot - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


Oil fires inflation rate to 5-year-high: The NZ economy took another blow this morning with the highest inflation figures in five years.


King-hit Cairns: The front page pic shows championship-winning cricket star Chris Cairns in full-flight,


Kiwi tells of living under terror threat: Israelis are beginning to stay away from shopping malls, fearing terrorist attack, says a NZer living near Tel Aviv.


It's the little things that count: Hankies for cloths and bootlaces for stockings - miniture dolls live in an intricate world.


Pray for captured Kiwi pilot: The employer of a NZer kidnapped in South America urged people to pray for the victim - Dennis Corrin.


Inside headlines
- Broadcasters must relect needs of Maori - study;
- Resthome resident licks mountain-bike competition;
- Anderton flags new policy at conference;
- Foster-care being made a profession;
- Kiwis likely to be sent to Solomans;
- Biotech firms lead off GM presentations;
- Mental patient kidnaps Raumati boy;
- Dutch migrant thank NZ;
- Cycle lane network step closer


Sports lead
Caps off to you, lads: NZ stamped itself as an established one-day heavyweight when it beat India by four wickets in the ICC Knockout tournament in Kenya.


Editorial: More battles to come on superannuation;
Lambs for the Lions


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