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Ports of Auckland boss to leave in 2011

Ports of Auckland boss to leave in 2011
Wellington, Oct 8 NZPA - Ports of Auckland's managing director Jens Madsen is leaving the port at the end of February 2011. The port said that Mr Madsen has given notice of his decision to resign.

National and Labour face tax cuts showdown

National and Labour face tax cuts showdown
By Peter Wilson, NZPA Political Editor Wellington, Sept 26 NZPA - Will you be better off this time next week? The Government says you will, the Labour Party says you won't.

Landcorp believed back in running for Crafar farms: report

Wellington, Sept 17 NZPA - State-owned Landcorp is reportedly back in the running to buy the Crafar family farms in the central and lower North Island.

Generators complain after NZX freezes payments

Wellington, Aug 25 NZPA - Two electricity generators lodged formal complaints against the NZX after it froze multi-million dollar payments on the electricity trading market.

$18m investment 'unlikely to be returned'

Auckland, Aug 12 NZPA - Investors have been told they are unlikely to see any of the $18 million they invested with an Auckland couple, despite the sale of their multi-million dollar Remuera mansion.

APN head Brendan Hopkins to step down in December

APN head Brendan Hopkins to step down in December
Wellington, July 13 NZPA - The chief executive of APN News & Media, publisher of the New Zealand Herald, is stepping down at the end of the year.

May Wang ups offer to creditors - report

Auckland, June 29 NZPA - Chinese businesswoman May Wang has upped her offer to the creditors she owes $22 million to 6 cents in the dollar, the New Zealand Herald reports today.

Dynasty Group creditors approve payout deal

Auckland, June 28 NZPA - Creditors of the failed property company of Hong Kong businesswoman May Wang have accepted a repayment deal which will see them get about 2c in the dollar.

Govt questioned over claims to Northland coast

Wellington, June 24 NZPA - Opposition MP Jim Anderton was told in Parliament today he was jumping the gun by asking how much of Northland's coastline would come under Maori customary title when the Foreshore and Seabed Act is repealed and replaced by new legislation.

More allegations surface over DNA sampling

More allegations surface over DNA sampling
Wellington, June 24 NZPA - More accusations of police pressuring young people to provide DNA samples have surfaced after Maori Party MP Hone Harawira went public with his own concerns.

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