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The Evening Post, Thursday, February 08, 2001
Article: Mathew Loh

Envoy's partner arrested in bar - Sign of success - Boatie caught with pants down - Hutt schools part of technology push - Ex-Kapiti Mayor arrested - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial

Envoy's partner arrested in bar: The Belgian Ambassador's partner was arrested for allegedley trespassing at a central Wellington bar on Tuesday night.

Sign of success: The front page pic shows design students holding the trophy they produced for this weekends's rugby sevens tournament at Wgtn's WestpacTrust Stadium.

Boatie caught with pants down: A boatie caught short on a trip in Queen Charlotte Sound was left high and dry after his boat drifted of.

Hutt schools part of technology push: Hutt Valley students will spearhead a multi-million dollar joint govt business venture to encourage Kiwis to embrace computer technology.

Ex-Kapiti Mayor arrested: Former Kapiti Mayor Brett Ambler was arrested on Sunday and charged with refusing to give a blood sample to police.

Inside headlines
- Investigator offered bribe, court told;
- Sex abuse victims' mum vows own justice;
- Christchurch baritone scoops top prize;
- English election ends talk, for now;
- Dean of Wellington to conduct funeral;
- Pharmac's Losec plan comes up with winners;
- Goulden sent packing from rowdy council meeting;
- Overhaul of meeting fees on the cards;
- Exicom's chief up with play;
- Authorities to review management of baby;
- Women charged over shooting

Sports lead
Be warned it won't be easy: NZ sevens coach Gordon Tietjens is adamant Fiji - depite being without established stars - will as usual be the team to beat this weekend during the tournament at WestpacTrust Stadium in Wgtn.

Editorial: Middleton case takes it inevitable course

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