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Fonterra may cut 300 jobs

Fonterra may cut 300 jobs

Fonterra Co-operative Group, which imposed a hiring freeze in February, may eliminate up to 300 jobs as it seeks annual cost savings of $65 million a year, adding to $60 million of cost cutting already targeted for 2013.

Sea sludge swamps Mount Maunganui beach

Mount Maunganui beach has been swamped by thick sea sludge.

Jury retires in Hallett trial

Jury retires in Hallett trial

The jury in the Menzies Hallett murder trial has retired to consider its verdict.

Mourners gather to farewell Horomia

Mourners gather to farewell Horomia

Heartfelt wailing was the backing track as the body of Labour MP Parekura Horomia was bought onto Hauiti Marae in Tologa Bay this morning.

House prices hit new high

Buying a property has just become more expensive than ever before with the average national asking price reaching a record high last month, according to new figures.

Rugby: Is this it for Kahui's career?

Rugby: Is this it for Kahui's career?

If there is a God - he hasn't heard of Richard Kahui, or maybe he has and has taken a rather spiteful view of the Chiefs midfielder.

Palmerston North houses shot at

Police are investigating after two houses in Palmerston North were shot at last night.

Burglars strike grieving family

A Tauranga family still grappling with the death of their father has been struck another blow after thieves ransacked their home.

Young killer licked blood from knife

Young killer licked blood from knife

A killer who licked blood from a knife after stabbing a young father of two could be sentenced for murder as early as this week.

Basketball: Breakers axe Leon Henry

Basketball: Breakers axe Leon Henry

New Breakers coach Dean Vickerman has made his first big move since taking over from Andrej Lemanis last weekend and released Leon Henry from the second year of his two-year contract.

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