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EPOST News Monitor, Saturday 7 October, 2000

The Evening Post, Saturday, 6 October, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


Outrage over safe-sex cards for kids - Teen suicide appeal starts - Kiwi troops kill militia member - Bogus camera fools driver - Milosevic pays call on new president - Kerr likens Clark to Muldoon - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


Outrage over safe-sex cards for kids: Thousands of Wellington pupils will know exactly where to get free help for sexually transmitted diseases or free contraception thanks to cards being distributed by a local doctors' group.


Teen suicide appeal starts: The teen suicide awareness programme "Yellow Ribbon" started it's appeal today.


Kiwi troops kill militia member: Kiwi soldiers last night shot and killed an armed militia member in Timor.


Bogus camera fools drivers: The front page pic shows a mock speed camera in Mirimar.


Milosevic pays call on new president: Yugoslavia's president elect Yojislav Kostunica received the Army Chief of Staff and then the tyrant Slobadan Milosevic.


Kerr likens Clark to Muldoon: The govt is demonising anyone who dares criticise it - reminiscent of Sir Robert Muldoon's tactics, says Business Roundtable head Roger Kerr.


Inside headlines
- I won't resign, Shaw tells Labour officials;
- Spill bright with black - Brown;
- Planners oppose townhouses;
- Second opinion delays motorway;
- Search for mozzies;
- Masterton garage raid part of drowning inquiries;
- Puff. puff - Lord of the smoke rings;
- Milosevic's downfall - seen from Miramar;
- Vic plans hi-tech Taupo College.


Sportslead
- Ineson dismisses spend-up: Sports foundation boss Chris Ineson has rejected claims by former champion triathlete Erin Baker that money from grants has been used for buying cars and homes instead of athletic preparation


Editorial: Regulating competition

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