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The Evening Post, Friday, February 9, 2001
Article: Mathew Loh

Warning: Extreme fire risk - Jan's no blowhard after heirloom goes missing - Sly petrol price rise riles AA - Wellington booming on back of jobs - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial

Warning: Extreme fire risk: Wellingtonians are being told to step up their fire precautions and have a clear escape plan from their property as the region enters the longest period of extreme fire risk in years.

Jan's no blowhard after heirloom goes missing: The front page pic shows Jan Pryopr hunting for the cow horn she lost at last year's sevens tournament.

Sly petrol price rise riles AA: An unannounced 2c price rise by petrol companies has the Automobile Association fuming.

Wellington booming on back of jobs: Wgtn has the lowest unemployment figures in the country.

Inside headlines
- Rejig loses viewers, money;
- Nats set to fight all seats;
- Immigrant target up;
- Waterfront planners set $15m limit;
- Council turns to TV to sell budget plans;
- Johnsonville police target burglers;
- DOC manager admits fraud;
- Ambler remanded.

Sports lead
Fleming's captaincy still in the balance: NZ captain Stephen Fleming returned to form in Hamilton last night but speculation mounts that his days as limited overs captain are numbered.

Editorial: Israel losing most important war of all;
A feast of sevens rugby

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