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EPOST News Monitor, Tuesday, 25 Sept, 2000

The Evening Post, Tuesday, 25 Sept, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


No cash, No splash - Cathy's run: Coz I'm free - We wuz robbed - coach - Waiarapa death further stretches police - Middleton trial shifted to Auckland - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


No cash, No splash: Prime Minister Helen Clark admits NZ hasn't put in the investment needed to reap lots of medals at the Olympics but fears pumping too much money into sport could turn the rest of the country into couch potatoes.


Cathy's run: Cos I'm free: The front page pic shows 400 metres gold medalist Cathy Freeman carrying an Aboriginal flag as well as the Aussie standard.


We wuz robbed - coach: "Absolutely disgusting" was coach Jan Borren's description of the umpiring decision which cost his New Zealand woman's hockey team a win over Spain..


Waiarapa death further stretches police: Masterton police's workload are being sttretched as they investigate the unexplained death of Maureen Hammond.


Middleton trial shifted to Auckland: Tougher sentencing campaigner Mark Middleton will be tried outside his area.


Inside headlines
- Trade tops Clark's agenda with Howard;
- Challenge pledged over views on gays;
- Inventor says his sunscreen offers better UV protection;
- Double jeopardy law under scrutiny;
- Nurses offer talk but hospital says call of the strike;
- 'Jobs machine' panel unveilded;
- Dead man a misfit who had fallen through the cracks;
- Auck backs Blumsky for top job;
- Hail, wind, snow as winter holds it's grip;
- Just a story for money - Samuels of ex-lover;
- Tourists warned about holidays to Fiji


Sports lead: Golden girl positively loses shine: Romania's Olympic medalist gymnast Andrea Raducan has tested positive for a banned drug and may be stripped of her gold.


Editorial: Net migration debate needs fresh thinking

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