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EVENING POST, NEWS MONITOR, 19 03 01


Terror teens target elderly - Hurricanes play like schoolboys - Wilson - Green is Gold - Catwalk a cakewalk for capital creators - Plan to torture Crowe - Police watch dolphin watchers - Inside headlines - Editorial


Terror teens target elderly: Lower Hutt police fear somebody could be seriously hurt by a couple of teenage robbers targetting old people in their homes in Avalon, Taita and Naenae.


Hurricanes play like schoolboys: Watching the Hurricanes is like watching schoolboys says former All Black threequarter Stu Wilson.


Green is gold: The front page pic shows St Patricks Day celebrations.


Catwalk a cakewalk for capital creators: Wellington designers are under the spotlight at Melbourne fashion week.


Plan to torture Crowe: Russell Crowe's would be kidnappers planned to torture and dismember him in order to extract a $30million ransom.


Police watch dolphin watchers: Dolphin watchers keep Wellington Wharf police busy over the weekend.


Inside headline
- Cinema complex ready to rise;
- Vandals threaten access;
- Website no concern - dean;
- Trampers found safe;
- Killed officer won't be replaced - Clark;


Sports lead
Hurricanes in crisis - what's going on: There are far to similarities with the Hurricanes' present Super 12 predictament to last year's Wellington NPC mid-season slump to be just a fluke.


Editorial: Hunting for spies: Bond needn't apply.
A team that's lost it's way

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