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EPOST News Monitor, Wednesday, October 4, 2000

The Evening Post, Wednesday, October 4, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


Govt given recipe to cut phone bills - Fashion flair - NO CYFS checks before child burnt - Phar Lap not poisoned - book - Stadium milestone - Inside headlines - Sportslead - Editorial


Govt given recipe to cut phone bills: An industry watchdog is needed to keep tabs on Telecom and it's rivals says a ministerial inquiry.


Fashion flair: The front page pic shows Starfish designer Laurie Foon.


No CYFS checks before child burnt: A woman who set her foster child on fire was not screened before taking on care duties.


Phar Lap not poisoned - book: The Americans have been cleared of any skullduggery in the death of legenday Kiwi galloper, Phar Lap.


Stadium milestone: The 150,000th NPC fan is expected through the WestpacTrust Stadium gates this weekend.


Inside headlines
- Vic shake-up threatens geology programme;
- Auditor clears education contract;
- Airways bids for UK traffic control;
- MP queries changes to fertility treatment;
- Cops pose as kids on-line to net paedophiles;
- Nurses check strike rules;
- Changes needed to improve MMP;
- Hutt council to bail out of city centre Plaza;
- Council probes putting effluent in river.


Sports lead
Sorenson plays on: World championship winning softballer Mark Sorenson will play ball this summer.


Editorial: Another serious gap that needs closing;
What women need to know.

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