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Board orders NZ Post boss to crisis talks

New Zealand Post chairman Ross Armstrong faced an unprecedented showdown with fellow directors last night after they demanded he attend a crisis board meeting and account for serious allegations he has made against his deputy, Syd Bradley. Government...

Kiwi focus of Fiji murder hunt

A New Zealander is believed to be involved in a police investigation into the murders of two men in Fiji, one of whom was the head of the local...

$8.2m winner keeps everybody guessing

Someone has an $8.2 million secret burning a hole in his or her pocket. The richest lottery prize to be won in this country - Lotto Powerball...

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Rewards for power saving

Indians bring Gandhi murder probe to NZ

D'Audney finds strength to help sick youngsters

French tribute to NZ diggers

Mangakino community fears police struggling to cope

Drier than normal in Auckland

Ear ringing for me and my pal

World News

Asian home firebombed in Northern England

US Vice-President's prospects 'terrific' after op

NATO envoys hold key role in averting war in Macedonia

NASA voyage to start of time

Zimbabwean farm seizures rise

Fiji Red Cross director, partner killed

Northern Ireland unstable as Trimble goes

Business News

Board orders NZ Post boss to crisis talks

Make-or-break week begins for Air NZ

Montana battle resumes spot on centre-stage

O'Sullivan: Lion weighs its Montana options

Innovation Harbour gains momentum as talks begin

Anzac currency best option, says professor

F&P tips ongoing profit growth

IT News

Appeals court overturns Microsoft breakup

The next wave: Twin lift for new IT park

Net provider ihug looks for speed

Trade NZ wary of US firm's ambitions

Genie conjures up a Universal solution

Clear to launch DSL service


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