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EVENING POST NEWS MONITOR, 20 04 01


Maharey in strife for dress comments - Cricket great dies - Dances with dogs - Strikes, stoppages at lowest since 1935 - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


Maharey in strife for dress comments: Social Services Minister Steve Maharey is in trouble over claims he made inappropriate comments to Work and Income boss Christine Rankin.


Cricket great dies: Bert Sutcliffe, one of New Zealand's greatest cricketers as died aged 77 after a long illness.


Dances with dogs: The front page pic shows a dancing dog.


Strikes, stoppages at lowest since 1935: The number of strikes and work stoppages were at their lowest last year since 1935.


Inside headlines
- Student Lisa pays fees with sex;
- Navy buzzing about prospect of new ships;
- Back in the saddle after 70 years;
- Firefighters in clouds, says National;
- More sex crimes in city;
- Clark's gaps ban falls on deaf ears;
- Drunk girls Creek's new worry;
- No-one to guide planes to capital


Sports lead
Canes buck Super 12 turnout trend: Only the Hurricane's fans bucked a trend of lower Super 12 crowds.


Editorial: Will Rankin puncture the Govt's balloon;
The spotlight's on Circa

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