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Job losses spread beyond Qantas

Damage from the collapse of Qantas New Zealand spread to contractors yesterday, costing at least 120 workers their jobs. Workers in companies that supplied services to the airline, which called in receivers early on Saturday, have joined the 1100 airline employees...

New Zealander defies hostage takers and sticks to his TV

An Auckland man in the Istanbul hotel where Chechen gunmen seized 120 hostages watched the whole drama unfold on his television yesterday....

A million names still on database

Names and addresses of almost everyone who paid their broadcasting fee are being stored in a huge database even though the fee has been scrapped....

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Data leakers promise action

'Stingy'Blues upset waiters

Police team scouring creek for missing boy

Help for families, POWs

Broker faces music for lethal prank

Jetski fatality runs counter to improving safety record

Three accused of defrauding oil giant

Profits in city links ripe for picking

World News

Queen's man republican at heart

Free trade campaign survives talks protest

Brazilian drug lord claims innocence

Pro-Chechen gunmen take hostages at Turkish hotel

Palestinian suicide bomber brings mayhem

Supermarket king tops Gates in world rich list

Business News

Meridian spends $100m on transtasman hydro assets

Qantas ready to swoop on profitable routes

Telecom quashes Xtra sale talk

Real progress but now Bush has to deliver

Resource Management law needs immediate review

Dialogue: Oil wheels for smoother ride

Local communities bear cost

IT News

Free sites paying the price

Kiwi innovation makes its mark

IT Capital chief seeks fresh fields

Xtra may use court to get off blacklist

Infinity scans horizons for bigger team

Borland shakeup was imperative: president

Connectivity means a lot if you need to be mobile

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