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The Evening Post, Monday, February 19, 2001
Article: Mathew Loh

Nats sharpen knives for Central stoush - Brusing start as yachts depart - nside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial

Nats sharpen knives for Central stoush: National is gearing up to stand a candidate in Wellington Central if Labour MP Marian Hobbs is forced to resign over allegations she wrongly enrolled in the seat.

Bruising start as yachts depart: The front page pic shows yachts from the BT Global Challenge fleet leaving Wellington en-route to Sydney.

Inside headlines
- Water scheme faces WRC axe;
- Govt criticises US, Brits;
- Shipley accused of undermining new bank;
- Rule review may be music to buskers' ears;
- Timor gives edge to Territorial training;
- Bizarre cliff rescue;
- Meningococcal warning;
- Bomb threat at British embassy

Sports lead
Sorenson quitting: Quadruple world champion and bona-fide sports legend softballer Mark Sorenson is set to announce his retirement tonight.

Editorial: Hangover continues after Montana grab;
Why airstrikes now

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