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700 jobs axed in fighter force cut

The Air Force fighter wing is being sacrificed at the cost of 700 jobs to boost the Army and Navy in the most significant defence policy shift since the anti-nuclear Anzus rift of the 1980s. The jobs will go when the Skyhawks and Aermacchi jet trainers...


NZ net users fall victim to China-US cyber war

A major New Zealand internet service provider has suffered a sustained attack which cut e-mails and blocked access to web pages as part of the...


Woman gets $13,000 for sacking over pregnancy

A woman has been awarded nearly $13,000 for losing her job because she became pregnant - but the Human Rights Commission fears she is just one...

NZ News

Survey confirms what women all know

Police stop pay for convicted rapist

Manager accused of accepting gifts

Moodgy's catwalk caper grabs a fashion victim

A hammer from the heartland

Tainui fights clear of debt

Former policeman on rape power trip, Crown claims

World News


Middle East peace hopes shattered after baby, settler die

The villain is back, broke and wordless

US Air Force to rule in space

Macedonia back from the abyss of civil war

Rioting Serbs trap UN, pilgrims

Boys stabbed as man runs amok in Alaskan school

Test case for rights in Zimbabwe

Business News


Enza monopoly terminated

Cyberwar highlights risk to online companies

Swain sees key role for TVNZ in wireless

Cedenco makes good on profit promise

Potential Terralink buyers line up

Gaynor: Tax exiles cost NZ more than lost cash

Dialogue: Everybody wants tax cuts, but govt must still be paid for

IT News


NZ net users fall victim to China-US cyber war

Cyberwar highlights risk to online companies

Ad serving tactics upset NZ players

Pressure on society over suit

Auckland firm takes big step toward world Peace

Digital media firm goes Dutch to extend its web

Internet learning system dropped

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