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The Evening Post, Friday, 12.01.01
Article:Mathew Loh

It's land ahoy for ailing Aratere - More milk from cows? It's all in the mind - Wild goose chase after missing lorikeet - So, who's playing around then - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial

It's land ahoy for ailing Aratere: Cook strait ferry Aratere will dry-docked and cut open for the complete replacement of an engine - worn out posssibly due to being overworked.

More milk from cows? It's all in the mind: The front page picture shows Chinese Qigong expert, Dong Yulan trying her art in front of an audience of cows.

Wild goose chase after missing lorikeet: A missing lorikeet is causing havoc for a Lower Hutt film production company.

Sp, who's playing a round then: A golf website has been pulled after privacy concerns were aired.

Inside headlines
- $10 million leisure park gets nod;
- I lide, says face of anti-child abuse campaign;
- Lynx to slow down in harbour;
- French to honour Lyall Bay pilot;
- Zinny signs up for a turn at the winches;
- Chubb cash delivery may have broken rules;
- Residents fight to keep police;
- Robbey accused remanded.

Sports lead
Firebirds are go: Wgtn coach Vaughn Johnson is happy for his side to be a sitting duck in the Shell Trophy cricket competition.

Editorial: Better discipline will mean more points

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