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EVENING POST NEWS MONITOR, 18 06 01


RATES freeze scrap - Jonah's got a new tattoo - Long queues as Kiwis flock back to Fiji - Election row slows debate - Murdoch mystery continues - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


Rates freeze scrap: The hardy annual carrot of a rates freeze has been dangled by Wellington mayoral candidate John Morrison but outgoing Mayor Mark Blumsky is sceptical about its nutritional value.


Jonah's got a new tattoo: Jonah Lomu could never play on the right wing.


Long queues as Kiwis flock back to Fiji: New Zealanders are flocking back to Fiji for a winter holiday and airlines are struggling to meet the demand.


Election row slows debate: Electioneering threatened to clog Wellington City COuncil business today, with Mayoral candidate John Morrison accusing a list of hhis colleagues of breaching the Local Government Act.


Inside headlines
- Invincibles jersey annoys NZRFu;
- Poll rise humbles Clark;
- Rain no deterrent to 2000 Lomu fans;
- St Orans hopes to increase roll;
- Festival's NZ works revealed;
- Arts world backs Prendergast's bid;
- Police seek rape clues;
- Anti-smoking drug causes reactions;
- Eyes for art


Sports lead
Collins a starter's chance: Young Wellington loose forward Jerry Collins flew to Christchurch yesterday determined to "give it heaps" in training to win himself a spot in the All Black 22 for Saturday's rugby test with Argentina in Christchurch


Editorial
Rankin - a dilemma for the sisterhood;
A share of the blame

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