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The Evening Post

TIMOR: Part Time military territorials are being called on to volunteer for duty, even before Kiwi troops land in the area.

ALLIANCE: Phillida Bunkle may yet encourage her supporters to support Labour’s Marian Hobbs in Wellington Central, if need be.

TANGO: Last Saturday’s Tango Ball attracted 100 people to Wellington’s overseas terminal as the dance grows in popularity.

PINK CARPET: Wellington has made a real effort to welcome an international gay and lesbian travel professionals to the city for a conference and the group feel welcomed by the effort.

BACKPACKERS: Backpackers rate New Zealand number one in the world according to a British travel magazine.

CIRCA: A hotel has been approved for the site of the old Circa theatre on Wellington’s waterfront.

PAEDOPHILE: Two sisters who believe their brother killed himself after becoming the victim of a paedophile are urging other victims to speak out.

BAIL: Three members of an alleged paedophile ring were remanded in custody and police are opposing bail.

ENDS

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