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EVENING POST, OCT 19

The Evening Post, Thursday, October 19, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


$150m plan to double size of Hutt mall - Out to have a good time - Baby's body found on river bank - Court dismisses sneeze appeal - Crash kills Kiwi - Advice to fans - think the worst - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


$150m plan to double size of Hutt mall: Lower Hutt's Westfield Shoppingtown Mall is to more than double in size in a redevelopment project costing as much as $150m.


Out to have a good time: The front page pic shows Mr Gay Wellington.


Baby's body found on river bank: A homicide inquiry is under way after the body of an 11 months-old Brooklyn boy was found on the bank of a Waiarapa river today.


Court dismisses sneeze appeal: A landmark ruling in Christchurch district court has found that injuries caused by sneezing are not covered by ACC.


Crash kills Kiwi: A New Zealander was among four people who died in yesterday's train crash in Britain.


Advice to fans - think the worst: Wellington rugby fans must think the worst if they want the Lions to win their first NPC in 14 years on Saturday.


Inside headlines
- Govt to get message on capitalism;
- Clark backs part-time jail;
- Police fingerprint lab unsafe;
- Weeding out the noxious enemy;
- Govt moves to cut through red tape balking business;
- Maori threaten unrest over Govt oil stance;
- Vic, CRI launch new scholarships;
- Whose side are you on - Creech;
- Wairarapa flood damage toll $460,000 and growing;
- Council chambers called bland;
- Signs mark trail of drunken drive;
- Health head answers GP's foetal test fears.


Sports lead
- Player strife brews at Warriors: Warrior's league captain John Simon has yet to be spoken to by the club's new owners and could be off to England.


Editorial: The lessons taught by the general election.

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