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NZDL Says No One Stood Down; No Internal Review

Media Statement March 28, 2008

NZDL Says No One Stood Down; No Internal Review

The Chief Executive of New Zealand Dairies Limited (NZDL), Aidan Johnstone, has categorically denied the claim that an employee(s) has been stood down pending an internal review.

NZDL was responding to a report of a claim made today in Parliament by New Zealand First leader Winston Peters.

“I can say quite categorically that no one has been stood down at NZDL in the last 24 hours, and there is no internal review relating to such a matter.

“The company is distressed that such a claim should be made.”


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