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The Evening Post, Wednesday, 21 February, 2001
Article: Mathew Loh

We'll sell it - Security boost for Post Shops - Busting a stereotype - Police call for help with criminals on Vodaphone - Dumped digits case solved - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial

We'll sell it: The future of the Kiwi bank could be shortlived with National and ACT poised to sell it when they next get into government.

Security boost for Post Shops: Post Shops around the country wil upgrade security to avoid being targetted by criminals.

Busting a stereotype: The front page pic shows knitting pensioner, Raymond Marriott.

Police call for help with criminals on Vodaphone: The government has been warned the polices ability to deal with organised crime was being " seriously eroded" as they haven't the ability to intercept call made on the Vodaphone network.

Dumped digits case solved: The owner of pair of fingers found on Northland road has been found.

Inside headlines
- Crowe legend grows with Kidman link;
- Board looks at hospital smoking ban;
- Detectives head to Fiji to review Speight case;
- Teap tipped to oust coffe;
- Cure sought for foreign doctors' Bill;
- Maori plan education split off;
- More water for Hutt river raft operator;
- Wife told to lick stabbed lovers blood;
- Drivers $6000 stash no concern, police say;
- Rapist report must be shown

Sports lead
Bowler shows he's tough enough: Cricketer Daryl Tuffey isn't interested in all the technical jargon that comes with fast bowling but he's getting in done in style.

Editorial: Will the taxpayers money be safe?
In Wellington's shadow

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