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Debt row menaces apple industry

The $600 million apple industry is on the brink of collapse over a $54 million debt dispute between growers and the major exporter, Enza. Agriculture Minister Jim Sutton warned yesterday that many growers could go to the wall if forced to pay for botched...

NZ Post peace plan would see Armstrong step down

State Owned Enterprises Minister Mark Burton was last night hammering out a compromise between warring factions on the board of New Zealand...

On road to warmer days

If you are about to invest in a hottie after yesterday's cold snap, think twice - we may already have had the coldest day of winter.

New Zealand News


Maharey: I didn't mind, the public did

'No way,' gasps bungle bomber

Radiotherapy queue too long to prevent surgery

Changeover to smaller bins trashed

Jackpot ticket taped to chest

No refunds for overcharged self-employed

Grave was for girlfriend's husband, argues defence

World News


Milosevic refuses to plead

Veto threat halts Iraq sanction revamp

US blasts Palestinians, Israelis

Pacemaker keeps Cheney up to job

Europeans all at sea over the new currency

Leadership crisis looms in the Cook Islands

Obsession with ratings leaves Australia's ABC in tatters

Business News


Report clips airport's wings

Lion would sell to Allied, if the price was right

Row grows over who pays $50m Enza debt

Panama touch snares control of Wilson Neill

Gaynor: Air NZ capital plans at tricky stage

Dialogue: Meridian cast as the bad guy in NGC capitulation

Board dramas upstage oil strike

IT News


Jurors witness hacking demonstration

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

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