Book Reviews | Gordon Campbell | Scoop News | Wellington Scoop | Community Scoop | Search

 

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.

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Top Scoops Headlines

 

27-29 Sept: Social Enterprise World Forum Live Blog

1600+ delegates from more than 45 countries have came together to share wisdom, build networks and discuss how to create a more sustainable future using social enterprise as a vehicle. Attending the Forum were social enterprise practitioners, social entrepreneurs, policy makers, community leaders, investors, activists, academics and more from across the globe... More>>

HiveMind Report: A Universal Basic Income For Aotearoa NZ

Results from this HiveMind suggests that an overwhelming majority of Kiwis believe that due to changing circumstances and inefficiencies in the current system, we need a better system to take care of welfare of struggling members in our society. More>>

ALSO:

Scoop Hivemind: Medical Cannabis - Co-Creating A Policy For Aotearoa

Welcome to the fourth and final HiveMind for Scoop’s Opening the Election campaign for 2017. This HiveMind explores the question: what would a fair, humane and safe Medical Cannabis policy look like for Aotearoa, NZ in 2018? More>>

ALSO:

Lyndon Hood: Notes On National’s Election Campaign, In Poem Form

Nationyl’s bitumen-ing / As they du du / Seed groweth / River floweth / Then ‘dozer drives thru / Highway ensu. More>>