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EVENING POST, OCT 18, 2000

The Evening Post, Wednesday, 18 October, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


Tax change tipped for super plan saving - Flying squad set to take off - Sayonara Alama - Jerry's the Man -Shock as cow jumps gun with experimental embryos - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


Tax change tipped for super plan saving: Finance Minister Michael Cullen has proposed a radical change to the way private super schemes are taxed to encourage more people to save for their old age.


Flying squad set to take off: The front row pic shows Wellington rugby's outstanding young loose trio of Kupu Vanisi, Rodney So'oialo and Jerry Collins.


Sayonara Alama: All Black coach Wayne Smith was preparing for the worst and it happened today when Alama Ieremia confirmed he has signed to play in Japan.


Jerry's the Man: Talk of Wellington Lions No 8 Jerry Collins' becoming an All Black is the hot topic in Porirua.


Shock as cow jumps gun with experimental embryos: Sixty calves with human genes could be born while an appeal against the experiment that created them is before the court.


Inside headlines
- Crims on bail may get home detention;
- Project boost for troubled youth;
- PM's torture stanch criticised by lawyer;
- Risk assessment first task for peace-builders in Solomans;
- Walk the harbour bridge;
- Rise in gonorrhoea alarm call for sexual health plan;
- New group to probe health staff shortfall;
- Fans plan fight over Xena axing;
- Rail crash news hits father hard;
- Remand on Dash murder charge;
- Warriors film star in court;
- Hutt city make-over for "characterless chamber".


Sports lead
Ieremia cashes in: Wellington Lions and All Black centre Alama Ieremia finishes with NZ rugby when the whistles blows to signal the end of this year's NPC final at Jade Stadium.


Editorial: Retiring Porirua CEO takes a parting shot;
When silence isn't golden

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