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Rankin's boss: I would never lie

State sector chief Michael Wintringham denied suggestions that he would lie under oath during a heated exchange yesterday with the lawyer for Winz chief executive Christine Rankin. At the Employment Court in Wellington, lawyer Michael Quigg produced...

Burton in crisis talks with Armstrong

State Owned Enterprises Minister Mark Burton and NZ Post chairman Ross Armstrong held talks last night over the feud engulfing the Post board....

Stalker found guilty of killing British TV presenter

LONDON - A fantasist obsessed with celebrity and guns was convicted this morning (NZ time) of murdering television presenter Jill Dando on the...

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Probation officers' strike delays assault sentencing

Hospital chiefs despair at child toll

Calder at large: Bumping into a science giant

'Lucky house' looking at a new mission

Earrings against sexism

Police dog could lose smell

Marvin keeps eye on security

Girlfriend ordered to dig her own grave, court told

World News

Threat of testimony may have fuelled Fiji killings

Legal team, wife fly in for Milosevic hearing

Milosevic handover just the beginning

Food giant bans pesticide use

Northern Ireland peace process faces fresh blow

Bombs, killings shatter truce in Middle East

Business News

Lion tramples helpless Allied

Infratil's $10m award rubs salt in NGC wounds

Computer hacking trial opens

Building steps out from FCL shelter

Dialogue: Market's shifting sands

Between the lines: Nothing to fear from Singapore cash

The call goes out for 45 GlobalCo watchdogs

IT News

Computer hacking trial opens

Telecom's tactics set off inquiry

Creating the face of the future

Esolutions puts 'real grunt' into client support

Computer giants head for our living rooms

Deal leaves Newcall and Rocom smiling

Online market opens doors across Tasman

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