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EPOST News Monitor, Tuesday 19 September, 2000

The Evening Post, Tuesday, 19 September, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


Vets wreck Kiwi hopes - Women keep Olympic dream alive - Nurses to strikes - When did you first have sex? - survey - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial.


Vets wreck Kiwi hopes: New Zealand's equestrian eventing team is out of the Olympics after Blyth Tait's mount Ready Teddy was ousted by vets.


Women keep Olympic dream alive: Girl power has ignited New Zealand's Olympic Games bid, with an unlikely track cyclist, an evergreen sailboarder, and two never-say-die teams provided the flame.

Nurses to strike: Hundreds of Capital Coast Health nurses have issued notice of a strike on October 1.


Inside headlines.
- Knives out for Prebble, not Shipley, says Nats;
- Auditor-General Oks plan to bill Capital;
- Gang advocate arrested;
- First gold medalist's grave to be spruced up;
- Power of prayer to cut reoffending;
- Jobseeker an icon for executives;
- PM to visit Kiwi troops in East Timor;
- Defence restructure welcomed;
- Kiwi designer tops Olympic opening bill;
- Parental leave OK - Harre;
- Hopes fade for missing tramper;
- Chinese have invite for Capital;
- Divers check river for weapon;
- Check taxi driver's ID, police advise.


Sports lead
Sailors' feet on ground: New Zealand's Soling sailors are taking nothing for granted despite being their yachting teams best-placec crew going into the third day of the Sydney Games regatta today.


Editorial: The comeback kid tries another comeback.

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