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EVENING POST, NEWS MONITOR, 11 07 01

LIVING on the faultline - Hello Sailor - Campbell in price talks - Birthday kiss for Dowse extension - Slippery Mermaid escapes council net - Inside headlines - Sports lead - Editorial


Living on the faultline: Earthquake experts are warning that Wellington City Council is endangering residents' lives by continuing to grant resource consents for building on faultlines.


Hello Sailor: It comes down to class - the Kangaroos have it, the Kiwis don't have enough.


Campbell in price talks: Lawyers for the New Zealand Open were locked in a crisis meeting with Kiwi golf No 1 Michael Campbell this morning over his threat to boycott the tournament because of high admission prices.

Birthday kiss for Dowes extension: Athfield Architects has won the competition to design a $2million extension to Lower Hutt's Dowse Art Museum.


Slippery Mermaid: Mermaid may be the one that got away but Wellington City Council acted yesterday to catch other commercially sexy fish before they reached Courtenay Place.


Inside headlines
- Lawyers hedge bets on Rankin damages;
- Canned Possum goes down a treat;
- Subscribers on to a winner;
- Air Force fledglings back flying;
- Leasig fees boosting contractors' charges;
- Liqour ban on despite legal queries;
- Rain, rain, gone away;
- Kangaroo latest to breach bio-security;
- Neighbour rage earns $530 fine


Sports lead
Campbell in crisis talks: Lawyers for the New Zealand Open were locked in a crisis meeting with Kiwi No 1 Michael Campbell this morning over this threat to boycott the tournament because of high admission charges.


Editorial
Elderly enjoying a golden retirement;
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