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EPOST NEWS MONITOR 30 01 01

The Evening Post, Tuesday, 30 January, 2001
Article: Mathew Loh


Baxter accused now up for rape - Stirred-up Jonah repays 'Rushie' - Plane crash kills ACT press man - Kids go back to school, but a year of turmoil's ahead - Christian Party - to visit erotic art - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


Baxter accused now up for rape: Five new changes, including rape, were to be laid against the man charged with the murder of Margeret-Lynne Baxter. a Hastings District Court spokesman says.


Stirred up Jonah repays 'Rushie': Ten years ago New Zealand sevens legend Eric Rush took a 14-year-old South Auckland kid on his first international sevens sojurn yesterday the kid - the world's most renowned rugby player Jonah Lomu - repaid the revered Rush with a barnstorming effort to help a Rushless Kiwi squad win the sevens world crown in Mar de Plata, Argentina.


Plane crash kills ACT press man: Richard Prebble's press secretary Mike Lorrigan and his partner have been killed in a light plane crash in Canberra, Australia.


Kids go back to school, but a year of turmoils ahead: Hundreds of thousands of Kiwi kids headed back to the classrooms today for a start of a year likely to full of upheaval.


Christian party to visit erotic art: Lawyers from the Christian Heritage party will visit a controversial erotic art exhibition in Paekakariki this week to see if, in their opinion, it breaks the law.


Inside headlines
- Dunne's Gully Bill rattles Kelly;
- Nats want to stand candidates;
- PM eyes more peacekeeping jobs;
- 400 One4b sachets sold in capital before recall;
- Fears rural bliss will be ruined;
- Plan to track all kids from birth;
- Festival play uses carpark;
- Shipley tightlipped on Creech resignation tip


Sports lead
Rush on for Wellington seat: Injured New Zealand sevens rugby icon Eric Rush has to look for another ticket now for Wellington's February's 9-10 World Series tournament along with the "36" he's getting for his family.


Editorial: School-yard drugs search the way to go.

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