Cerebos New Zealand said it will not increase its $2.50 a
share takeover offer for healthfood and skincare company
A lavish dinner with friends and family has always been part
of the Christmas tradition for Christina Windram of
Birkenhead in Auckland - but not this year.
The Treasury has slashed its forecast for economic growth
next year, citing the ongoing crisis in Europe.
Christmas hamper company Chrisco has pleaded guilty to
charges under the Fair Trading Act relating to its fees for
David Cunliffe's hopes of securing the Labour leadership rest
on the party's six Maori MPs and newcomers to Parliament.
All Blacks' captain Richie McCaw has spoken out on an alleged
eye-gouge on him during the Rugby World Cup final, saying he
was surprised Frenchman Aurelien Rougerie wasn't cited for
Rodney Tahu was a
non-drinking gentle giant who loved his children, hot rods
and trout-fishing. The 32-year-old was well known and liked
in his community and in August 1979, had just helped police
to find the owner of a stolen car.
New Zealand homes are overvalued by 25 per cent and the
country is one of nine under threat of a housing bubble
burst, says the Economist.
The arrest of a 70-year-old man in relation to a 1979 murder
may become New Zealand's longest-running investigation to
reach a conclusion.
Labour MP Grant Robertson has announced he will run to be the
deputy leader of the Labour Party and is supporting the
leadership bid of David Shearer.
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