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The Evening Post, Thursday, 25 January, 2001
Article: Mathew Loh

Shape up Tranz Rail told - Splashing up for Cup Day - Warrior Princess a 'scorcher" - Mental health service warned about accused - Posh houses for bowling club site - Waitangi Day may be Capital Day for PM - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial

Shape Tranz Rail told: Tranz Rail is coming under increasing fire over it's inept ferry service, with Ministers and tourism experts warning it could harm New Zealand's image.

Splashing up for Cup Day: The front page pic shows jetskiers promoting Wellinton Cup Day.

Warrior princess a 'scorcher': NZ Warriors fans will be hoping their rugby league team displays the form their owner's wife reveals on a cover of a men's amgzine.

Mental health service warned about accused: A Masterton man charged with the murder of a two-year-old boy was known to local mental health services, who'd been alerted by employers and family members about his behaviour.

Posh houses for bowling club site: Upmarket houses are planned for the Thorndon Bowling Club site but neighbours say they have not given up the fight to keep the club.

Waitangi Day may be Capital day for PM: PM Helen Clark may attend Waitangi Day celebrations on Wellington's waterfront.

Inside headlines
- The man in the hot seat;
- Law dopey - ex-minister;
- Air deal may boost Japanese tourists;
- House sells for $8.3 million;
- Thrillseekers fatal jump caught on camera;
- Mayor wants answers after pysch patient escape bid;
- Cautious reaction to proposed water trust;
- Stickmen a winner with moviegoers;
- Husband watches as train hits wife

Sports lead
Doig joins Waugh chorus: NZ cricket CEO Christopher Doig has joined support for the Australian Cricket Board's ultimatum to Mark Waugh over corruption allegations.

Editorial: Clinton leaves behind a different America

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