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The Evening Post

MONEY TROUBLE: More Kiwis are getting into financial trouble and are becoming bad credit risks, figures released today show.

MONSTERS: Wellington plans to welcome the new millennium with two giant sea monsters in the harbour to recreate an old Maori myth.

KNEE: Andrew Mehrtons’s knee passed a scan test today but he will still miss the French test if he is not 100 per cent.

PANSY: Photo – National List MP Pansy Wong gets a ride through Lower Hutt’s California Garden Centre after giving Omanga Hospice 200,000 pansy seeds.

FUMES: Students and staff at Taita College were evacuated this morning after cehmical fumes leaked from adangerous goods shed at the school.

RECOVERY: Reading recovery programmes may in fact do more harm than good according to a Massey University study.

INCIS: The INCIS computer project is still a failure despite the out of court settlement between the Crown and IBM yesterday, according to police sources.

DEBATE: Minor party leaders are upset at being excluded from a television debate tonight.

VANDALISM: Senior politicians are saying damage to billboards this election is the worst they have ever seen.


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