EVENING POST, Tuesday, 27 February, 2001
The Evening Post
Demand for homes through the roof - Parish praises pastor's parole - Putting on the Ritz in Capital - Skyhawks all but grounded by lack of funds - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial
Demand for homes through the roof: Hundreds of Wellingtonians are waiting for State homes after a blowout in the number of families categorised as having urgent or serious housing needs.
Parish praises pastor's parole: Titahi Bay Baptist church is thrilled its former pastor - a convicted paedophile - has been released on parole.
Putting on the Ritz in Capital: Food and service at the Boulcott Street Bistro went British today, as the head waiter of London's Ritz Hotel and the private chef to Sir John Paul Getty spent a day's work experience there.
Skyhawks all but grounded by lack of funds: Lack of money has forced the Air Force to cut the flying hours of it's 18 Skyhawk jets so drastically they are no longer deemed generally available for military tasks.
- Child agency says sorry;
- Poison kills possum passion;
- Convicted Wgtn lawyer struck off;
- Fathers' groups avoid faction;
- Returning solo mums could miss dole;
- Top street title doesn't stack up - resident;
- Dream comes true for young dancer;
- Apartment security a census headache;
- Fresh hope for dismissed appeals;
- Middle Earth Wgtn of cloud-cuckoo land;
- Manners Mall part of WCC's $2.3m facelift
Twose: No word on last hurrah: NZ batsman Roger Twose is poised to bow out of international cricket at Carisbrook tomorrow, although confirmation of his retirement could be months away.
Editorial: Blowing the whistle on council workshops