Long-time friends, colleagues and loved ones have paid their
last respects to Sir Paul Holmes at a service in Auckland.
The death of Sir Paul Holmes yesterday morning likely signals
the passing of an ''old-school'' style of broadcasting based
on forthright views as opposed to ''market research'', a
University of Otago media lecturer says.
Sir Paul Holmes admits he is scared of death, but is at peace
with himself - and his former wife, with whom he had a very
public and messy divorce.
Sir Paul Holmes remains at his Hawkes Bay home after he was
discharged from hospital yesterday.
Sir Paul Holmes has been discharged from Hawke's Bay Hospital
and is being nursed at home.
Sir Paul Holmes remains in a stable condition in Hawke's Bay
Hospital today as his family continues to hold vigil.
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