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EVENING POST, NEWS MONITOR, 16.05. 01


SEX crims on the loose - Coming to German TV screens - Aro St - Better deals for borrowers - Exclusive Hutt Rd subdivision plan - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


Sex crims on the loose: Dressed all in black, he stood on the front yard of her apartment peering inside. They made eye contact briefly but she thought he was simply looking for someone else.


Coming to German TV screens - Aro St: Wellington's Aro St was transformed into 1950s New Zealand as a part of a series of television movies that will never screen here.


Better deals for borrowers: All but one of the big nanks cut its floating home mortgage interest rate this morning, after the Reserve Bank trimmed its key interest rate for the third time in three months.


Exclusive Hutt Rd subdivision plan: A multi-million dollar enclave of more than 100 exclusive homes is being proposed for a bush-covered hillside above Hutt Rd, overlooking Wgtn harbour.


Inside headlines
- Waikanae man dies in crash on SH58;
- Restaurant smoking ban? Don't give a puff - survey;
- The Lord of the Rings will become Wellington's America's Cup;
- Sevens tournament brings Capital an $8.6m windfall;
- Wilson breached privilege, says Prebble;
- Samuel Marsden tops NZ in School C


Sports lead
Coaching crisis curable - Snedden: There is no panic from incoming New Zealand chief executive Martin Snedden despite a stunning lack of interest in the Black Caps coaching job.


Editorial: Nuclear tests and belated bombshells;
High-risk callouts.

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