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Winding Up Of ADR Programme Confirmed

Tenon Confirms Winding Up Of ADR Programme And Asx Delisting

Auckland, 24 August, 2004 – Tenon announced today that it has given notice to the depositary to wind up its American Depositary Receipt (“ADR”) Programme. The Programme will be formally terminated effective 30 September 2004. The depositary will be notifying ADR holders separately advising them of the steps they are required to take as a consequence of the termination of the Programme.

The consequential de-listing from the NYSE will be effective from the time of the termination of the ADR Programme. Tenon also advised that it was progressing with its previously announced intention to delist from the Australian Stock Exchange.

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