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Negogiations With Pothole People Underway

Negogiations With Pothole People Underway

MEDIA STATEMENT Thursday 1st February 2001

Released by: Graeme Craig Managing Director, Pothole People Ltd, Christchurch

Negotiations With Pothole People Underway

Christchurch Contractor The Pothole People Limited a subcontractor on the $200 Million Telstra Saturn Network Construction in Christchurch have confirmed negotiations are underway, with the view to resolving contractual problems the Pothole People have with Downers Connect Limited.

Graeme Craig Managing Director of the Pothole People Limited said: "He is pleased Downers have agreed to sit down and negotiate the issues. I would also like to make it very clear that this matter does not involve any other party, contractor and/or subcontractor."

The Pothole People Ltd respectfully advise all members of the Media at this time they have no further comment to make.

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For further information:

Graeme Craig Managing Director Pot Hole People Ltd 41 Buchanans Rd Hornby Christchurch Ph 03 342 8822 Mobile 025330 511 AH 03 322 7497 e-mail.. pothole@xtra.co.nz

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