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Fears of losses slow TV reforms

Viewers will have to wait 14 months before they see any upsurge in "quality" programmes on Television New Zealand under the new public service charter. Even then, the shift to more arts, Maori and special-interest shows will be gradual, as the Government...


Peeling off to Freedom and bananas

It was not the typical no-frills air experience. Inflight music came from a live jazzband. Also provided were sunflowers, free water, bananas...

Qantas weighs in with city services

The price war for New Zealand's skies continued escalating yesterday, when Qantas launched a permanent domestic service. Qantas executives...

New Zealand News


'Eye spy' watchers on the streets where we shop

Hostilities erupt down at RSA

Developer faces charges over opulent lifestyle

Pilot flying too low, too fast says expert

Baby-boom bikers on a risky ride

Men way out in front in road statistics

Secret pregnancy reignites MP's push for 'rent a womb' bill

World News


Mayhem,coup fears in Manila

Mayhem Day extends to the web

Running battles across Australia

Rebels go to town around the world

Civility on President's menu but tastes differ

Bush talking up defence

Far-right applause sounds Tory alarm

Business News


Rescue for TCD melts away

KPMG report cautious on future of NZ Post bank

Exports show lucklustre economy

Commodities index at new high

Gaynor: Foreign factors muddle flights

Dialogue: A healthy economy best antidote to dubious business

UK likely Sky City bet

IT News


Internet is just the ticket for Auckland commuters

PC
sales tipped to ease

Big firms want their share of the action

Call centre will take on billing

ASP
may revive ailing market

IBM assurances on Informix purchase

Gravity levels the odds

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