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The Evening Post, Monday, February 12, 2001
Article: Mathew Loh

Clark questions Rankin's job bid - Having a ball - Finally the rain arrives - Big ears, stumpy legs look the way to go - Welsh outstay welcome at Te Aro party - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial

Clark questions Rankin's job bid: Prime Minister Helen Clark has questioned Work and Department chief executive Christine Rankin's public campaign to have her reinstated.

Having a ball: The front page pic shows partying at the weekend's Wgtn sevens tournament.

Finally the rain arrives: Wgtn drought may neally have broken.

Big ears, stumpy legs look the way to go: A Scientific American article extols trol-lke looks for old age.

Welsh outstay welcome at Te Aro party: Toll calls and drunken revelry saw the Welsh sevens team to booted out of an irate inner-city dweller on Saturday night.

Inside headlines
- New waiting list figures hide reality, say doctors;
- Kids found floating at sea;
- Rape and sex attacks mar weekend;
- 'Gaps' work will go on, says Minister;
- French fling at sea finds favour;
- Dunne's roads Bill gets thumbs down

Sports lead
Aussies hop, skip and jump for joy: Glen Ella has coached his Aussie sevens team to it's first win at the Wellington tournament.

Editorial: A win's a win - rare and to be savoured;
Roll on takeovers code

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