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EVENING POST, NEWS MONITOR, 21 05 01


Women warned: SEX crimes increasing: A spate of sex crimes is only a fraction of the actual abuse says, Doctors For Sexual Abuse Care.


Buffalo herd good news for foodies: Gourmet cheese lovers could soon feast on Kiwi made mozzarella thanks to a water buffalo herd in Wairarapa.


Berties big adventure ends happily: A runaway tonkinese cat, Bertie has been found seven weeks after it went missing and 40km from its home.


Theres something about Jerry: The first time Brian Cederwall saw Wellington's Jerry Collins with a rugby ball he knew he would be an All Black.


Inside headlines
- Cullen pours cold water on booze tax increase;
- Cheating law students must repeat courses;
- Fewer at Aids memorial;
- Tourist plan to get $5m lift;
- Re-enactment stirs memories of Crete;
- Maori TV likely to $29m;
- Kapiti candidates debate issues


Sports lead
New captain, new style: Wellington and Hurricanes lock Dion Waller has been told he's not tight enough and misses out on the first All Black squad of 2001.


Editorial: It's time to change the national flag;
- The man from Rangiora

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