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The Independent, 28 February 2001

The Independent, 28 February 2001

Front page:

- Australia's Ten TV network may bid for TV3, according to TV3 chairman Brent Impey

- Sir Ron Brierley and FR Partners are behind the Greymouth Petroleum bid that threatens to gazump the Shell/Apache purchase of the Fletcher Energy assets

elswhere in the paper:

- TVNZ/Telstra-Saturn plans for digital TV are apparently delayed to mid-year by technology problems and conflicting corporate objectives

- NBR threatens legal action against the Sunday Star-Times for the latter's publishing of the Top 100 Rich and Powerful List, which NBR says passes off its annual Rich List

- a consortium of lawyers from around the country has bought the troubled REAL real estate network for an undisclosed sum

- Fisher & Paykel chooses local software writer Genie for its B2B system

- resolution to fall-out from the Hartner Construction receivership goes to mediation

- Chris Trotter on the ACT leadership battle

- Bill Ralston on the People's Bank

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