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Fairfax Rules Out Buying Large Stake In APN

Fairfax Rules Out Buying Large Stake In APN
Wellington, Nov 25 NZPA - Fairfax Media appears to be uninterested in buying the big chunk of APN News & Media, owner of The New Zealand Herald, on the market.

NZ Herald Ownership Up In The Air

NZ Herald Ownership Up In The Air
Wellington, Nov 3 NZPA - Former owner Michael Horton would like a buyer of the New Zealand Herald newspaper to have a long term commitment to the industry.

Key Faces Accusations Of Misleading The Public

National Party leader John Key faces accusations of misleading the public about his knowledge of one of New Zealand's most notorious white collar crimes, the New Zealand Herald website reported today.

Immigration Investigation Subject Met Key

Immigration Investigation Subject Met Key
National Party leader John Key said today he had met Auckland businessman Yang Liu, the subject of questions about his residency and citizenship. He also said Mr Liu had made an unsolicited donation of $5000 to National before the last election.

ANZ Pays Out $200,000 To Elderly Woman With Money In Frozen Fund

Wellington, Oct 2 NZPA - ANZ bank has paid out more than $200,000 to an 87-year-old woman in poor health, whose life savings are tied up in a frozen ING fund.

Advertisers Trim Plans As Economic Slowdown Hits Apn In Nz

Wellington, Aug 12 NZPA - Trans-Tasman media company APN News and Media says the economic slowdown is affecting its businesses in New Zealand with a number of major advertisers cutting back their advertising plans.

Clyne's New Paypacket In Melbourne May Approach $10 Million

Wellington, July 31 NZPA - Bank of New Zealand chief executive Cameron Clyne, 40, will take up his new role as head of Australasia's biggest lender, the Melbourne-based National Australia Bank at the start of next year.

Receivership Symptomatic Of Finance Industry `Mess': Developer

Wellington, July 11 NZPA - Developer Dave Henderson says the receivership of his Five Mile Holdings project in Queenstown is symptomatic of the "mess" the finance industry is in.

Hundreds Of Korean Investors Face Losses In Dorchester Strife

Wellington, July 3 NZPA - Hundreds of Korean investors are facing losses running into millions of dollars because of the strife at finance company Dorchester Pacific.

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