Opposition Leader condemns Christchurch attacks
Leader of the Opposition Simon Bridges has condemned the
Christchurch attacks and expresses condolences to the people
“Details are still emerging but the
attacks are shocking.
“We stand with and support
the New Zealand Islamic community. No one in this country
should live in fear, no matter their race or religion, their
politics or their beliefs.
“My thoughts, and the
thoughts of the National Party are with the victims of
today’s attacks, along with their families and friends. My
heart goes out to all of
© Scoop Media
Mediaworks: Three to be sold or closed
MediaWorks has today announced that it intends to sell MediaWorks TV as well as its Flower Street property which includes its television head office and studios.
The intention is for MediaWorks to sell the television side of the business while retaining ownership of radio and QMS. The Flower Street property will also be put up for sale with a lease back option for a buyer to continue to operate television from that location.
MediaWorks Chairman Jack Matthews said that MediaWorks is committed to continuing to grow its business in New Zealand while recognising that free-to-air television operates in a challenging environment. More>>