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The Evening Post, Monday, 25 Sept, 2000

Band-aid fix for nurses strikes - All eyes on sailors, hockey - Enjoy it, it may be the only one - Kangaroo losing friends - Air NZ - Waddell seeks seven of the best - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


Band-aid fix for nurses strikes: Patients at Wellington Hospital are likely to be transferred to other hospitals around the country because of problems caused by Capital Coast Health nurses' strike this Sunday.


All eyes on sailors, hockey: Barring a surprise Rob Waddell's gold will be only one earned by New Zealanders at Sydney 2000.


Enjoy it, it may be the only one: The front page pic shows Olympic champ Rob Waddell with his wife Sonia and his gold medal.


Kangaroo losing friendss - Air NZ: Transtasmen rivalry is hitting NZ skies with claims Qantas NZ is losing trade because of it's Aussie brand.


Waddell seeks seven of the best: Rob Waddell is seeking seven countrymen, strong and true, to row alongside him in a New Zealand eight at the 2004 Athlens Olympics.


Inside headlines.
- PM's dept may get more power;
- Forces being disarmed - RSA;
- Sparrow disease test results due;
- Privy Council for promoters;
- Music to mow lawns to;
- Parents vow to fight church aerial site;
- Political plans still undecided;
- Govt payouts really close to $3m - Newman;
- Principal fears for kids of jailed minister;
- Overhaul licensing of taxi firms;
- Fire service saves by dropping ACC;
- Games poach Icon chef;
- It's a family affair for East-Timor bound Karekos;
- Fire service saves by dropping ACC;
- PM leaves for Sydney, Dili.


Sports lead
We're not done yet: The Sydney Games have finished for three of the NZ yachting teams most high-profile members, but not the pursuit of Olympic glory.


Editorial: Taranaki and the golden chance;
Golden and bronzed


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