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EVENING POST, OCT 28

The Evening Post, Saturday, October 28, 2000
Article: Mathew Loh


PM talks tough on Fiji - Celluloid castle - Auckland offered palm of friendship - Trust wants to buy army land - Kiwis spend to see Tua - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


PM talks tough on Fiji: The future of the Pacific Islands Forum was on the line todaya s NZ and Australia leaned on other Pacific states to take action against Fiji.


Celluloid castle: The front page pic shows a Lord of the Rings castle in Taita.


Auckland offered palm of friendship: Wgtn is offering the palm of friendship to fill a gaping hole in Auckland's self-image.


Trust wants to buy army land: The tenths trust is urgently meeting to see what it can do to stop the Defence department selling Fort Dorset by public tender.


Kiwis spend to see Tua: Kiwis have forked out close to $1m to fly to Las Vegas to see David Tua fight for sports most storied prize - the world heavyweight boxing title.


Inside headlines
- MP sees support for abuse law;
- Arthritis advert deemed offensive;
- Gangs, prison bosses meet;
- Restaurants ban Ralston over criticim;
- Rare first NZ stamp sells for $17,000;
- Water privatisation opposed;
- Staff cope with stabbing aftermath;
- VUW defecit likely to be about $4m;
- No ethical direction before girl's hysterectomy;
- Teen creates Rings movie for website;
- Holmes has us switched on;
- Fun, frolics and fantasy for nation's children;
- Ready for takeover.


Sports lead
Big Joe set to leave Warriors: Kiwi prop Joe Vagana is set to play his club football in the UK with the Bradford Bulls emerging as his likely team.


Editorial: The business waltz begins.

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