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The Evening Post, Wednesday, January 17, 2001
Article: Mathew Loh

Top scientist suspended - $300,000 can't be found - It's been a blast - Supermarket for Willis St - Food prices rise 5pc - biggest leap in 10 years - Now it's dial a pizza and dial a pizza too - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial

Top scientist suspended - $300,000 can't be found: A top Wellington researcher has been suspended and an investigation is underway at Wgtn Medical School over accounting discprepancies.

It's been a blast: The front page pic shows LG Flatron batling through the Cook Strait to win the third leg of the BT Global Challenge round-the-world yacht race.

Supermarket for Willis St: A supermarket is set to open in Willis St this year.

Food prices rise 5pc: Food prices hit Kiwis hard last year, climbing faster than in any time in the last decade.

Now it's dial-a-pizza and dial-a-beer too.

Inside headlines
- NZ officials ring hands over popular Haka ad;
- High-rise plans rile residents;
- US to get Rings film first;
- Goff most travelled;
- Talk of rehiring premature - EDS;
- Man jailed on sex charge;
- Foul odours permeate Brooklyn;
- PM welcomes opposition sabre rattling;
- Lynx uses Top Cat's berth;
- Garden craze prompts pebble pinching;
- PM vows pay revamp, end to bonuses;
- Strong winds lift roofs;
- Pubs, bars rsigned to Saturn costs

Sports lead
Firebirds Southern crusade: Canterbury batting star, Nathan Astle, is a 50-50 chance to play in tommorows make or break Shell Cup clash against Wgtn.

Editorial: Ratepayers at risk with rail moves

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