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Skies cloudy after bold Qantas bid

Qantas Airways' surprise bid for Air New Zealand could lead to higher airfares on New Zealand routes, say tourism and consumer analysts. But some aviation commentators believe the proposed deal may have the reverse effect - leading to a return to...


Ex-policeman altered record, says Crown

A former police officer altered records and dropped charges against his brother-in-law, a court heard yesterday. Ini Kerapa pleaded not guilty...


Cushing takes a step back

At 11.15 yesterday morning Sir Selwyn Cushing sat in the eye of probably the biggest shakeup in New Zealand's aviation history, sipping on a...


New Zealand News


Airline ownership: it's a complicated business

One shot, one death - and everything changed for deer hunter

Laws offer little help for problem of rotten timber

Mother beaten without warning

No discipline for officer beaten in cell

Fuel damage spreading to farmers

Act MP off the hook in expenses dispute

World News


Church torched, mob hits Indonesian capital

Muslim rebels split hostage group

US spy plane will return in pieces

More Middle East attacks ahead of talks

Anti-Europe push catches Blair on the wrong foot

Artificial insemination eagle has landed

Buskers line up for auditions to play in Paris underground system

Business News


Qantas aims for KO blow

Operation Piccolo plays familiar tune

List rules not breached by Air NZ

Terralink woes made worse by deadline lapses

MPs scrutinise Terralink collapse

Caltex fairer than Gull in buyer beauty contest

Industry bill proceeds despite MPs gesture

IT News


Imagination goes walkabout online

Dr Global teams up with Fencepost

Terralink injunction bid fails

CallPlus CEO buys 10pc of ihug

Tax trap stalls home use of computers

Court forces ORBS to remove Xtra e-mail from blacklist

SAP and Telstra deal fails

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