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A breath of hope for Qantas

A ray of hope exists for 1100 airline staff with signs that Qantas Airways will take over its New Zealand franchise, which went into receivership in the early hours of Saturday. But the new operation is unlikely to re-employ all the Qantas New Zealand staff laid...

Woman boxer in coma after Christchurch bout

An Australian woman boxer is in critical condition after being knocked out in a transtasman bout in Christchurch. Tricia Devellerez, of Western...

Supermarket king tops Gates in world rich list

LONDON - The man who tops the world rich list has a fortune said to be worth 45.3 billion pounds ($158.3 billion), about 50 per cent more than...

New Zealand News

Jet skiers in fatal accident

Mercy flights ready to brave Antarctic winter

Casa meets critics with photo of engine cracks

Botched operation leads to life of torment

New Big Brother is big business

Get me a ticket on a jet plane

Carter says CEO has her support

Panels feel the heat in Ernest Adams fire report

World News


Palestinian suicide bomber brings mayhem

Israeli Government holds scientist

Chinese fury at medical trip

Vietnam names Nong Duc Manh as new leader

Violent sideshow steals scene at Americas summit

Clashes disrupt start of Quebec summit

Business News


Qantas eyes cheap NZ ticket

Resource Management Act frustrates investment and projects

Red tape woes fog waterways vision

Brierley $47m out of pocket

Farmers' wool levy to be clipped

O'Sullivan: Trading off democracy

Telecom shortlists three for outsourcing plan


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