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EVENING POST, OCT 25

The Evening Post, Wednesday, October 25, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


Transit seeks access to Gully land - Crowd ready to roar for black and gold - Immigration change hurry up - Onlooker not able to scream - Water race luggage Blakie's - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


Transit seeks access to Gully land: Transit NZ is asking landowners along the proposed Transmission Gully route for permission to go onto their land to spped up preliminary work needed to build a new highway.


Crowd ready to roar for black and gold: The front page pic shows rugby mascot "Leo" getting ready for Wednesday's triumph through the streets of the capital.


Immigration change hurry up: PM Helen Clark today promised speedy immigration rule changes after Tueday;s business forum meeting.


Onlooker not able to scream: Suzanne McDowell's mind is filled with horrendous images - she sees an older woman so traumatised she could not scream as a man repeatedly stabbed her, and if that's not enough she also visualises the second victim - a pregnant woman lying in a pool of her own blood.


Water race luggage Blakies: A suitcase and kitbag found in a Canterbury water race last week belonged to murdered Timaru woman, Lisa Blakie.


Inside headlines
- Govt scores PR victory at forum;
- Man charged with stabbing shop;
- CCH psych nurses start pay talks;
- Councils studying water systems streamlining;
- Plain Jim right honourable to use;
- Pill panic a cause of abortion rise - study;
- Enterprising team thought of soft seats;
- Vandall cockatoos attack cabbage trees and rata;
- Refuge views sought in victim study;
- Kiwi bank effect hint

Sports lead
Break in coach's radio as well as skipper's arm: Wellington Lions physio Glenn Muirhead says there was no way he was going to get Norm Hewitt off when he broke his arm.


Editorial: Gay marriage: Is NZ ready?
Wonderful Wellington

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