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EVENING POST, OCT 27

The Evening Post, Friday, October 27, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


Brave Liam loses battle - Tana puts family first - Suzanne Prentice - body builder - Handicapped foster child sterilised - Turia did not incide hostility - ruling - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


Brave Liam loses battle: Young cancer victim Liam Holloway has died at a Mexico clinic.


Tana puts family first: A pre-tour ritual prevented All Black star Tana Umaga collecting the top award at the Steinlager awards.


Suzanne Prentice - body-builder: The front page pic shows a new ook - body beautiful - country singing icon Suzanne Prentice.


Handicapped foster child sterilised: Authorities are investigating why a 12-year-old intellectually handicapped girl was given a hysterectomy without legal permission.


Turia did not incite hostility - ruling: Associate Maori Affairs minister Tariana Turia did not incite hostiliy when referring to the holocaust says the race relations conciliator Rajen Prasad.


Inside headlines
- Give help' conference on abuse told;
- Govts' stand on abuse meeting under attack;
- Comments on women stun council;
- Food, art meet in Te Papa menu;
- $1.1m to fix flood damage;
- Tranz rail says report incorrect;
- Fast ferry Lynx back for summer;
- Hurt heroes may be breaking health and safety laws;
- Choose GM or organics - Monsanto;
- Barge sinks of Wairarapa coast;
- $380m sought for Rings film;
- Brit fans check tribe set;
- Army vehicles may top $700m;
- Cricketer to pay $2000 to victims.


Sports lead
Twin wins call-up: Hamish Marshall - twin of James - the Northern Districts opener has been called up for international duty with the New Zealand cricket team in South Africa.


Editorial: Pacific forum needs shot in the arm
Dyson a very silly woman

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