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EPOST News Monitor, Thursday, Sept 28, 2000

The Evening Post, Thursday, Sept 28, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


Sydney slanging match - Beware the curse of the emir's sword - Enter the dragon -Two Kiwis in Ferry diaster - Inside headlines - Sportslead - Editorial


Sydney slanging match: A vicious slanging match has erupted between Helen Clark and Jenny Shipley over a meeting with Australian PM, John Howard.


Beware the curse of the Emir's sword: Is it cursed or coincidence.


Enter the Dragon: Wgtn's Chinese community move a giant dragon


Two kiwis in ferry disaster: Two NZers survived last night's Greek ferry sinking, which killed at least 63 people.


Inside headlines.
- New qualification divides teachers;
- Tricky task to fix Manapouri;
- ACC unveils plan to drop premiums by 25pc;
- Retirement plan gets OK;
- Nat man's home sealed as death probed;
- Lange glad to be out of political wilderness;
- Weak dollar and pricy fuel to push up food prices;
- CYFS tries to share round child abuse workload;
- More Starbucks cafes for the caffeince capital;
- Kiwi engineer struck gold with Olympic flame;
- Making waves at Lyall Bay;
- Shaw faces expulsion call.


Sports lead
Fright night: Two of NZ's sentimental favourites at the Sydney Olympics Beatrice Faumuina and the women's hockey team made sad exits last night.


Editorial: Clark swaps hoop-la for a serious game.


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