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Wednesday, 19 June 2013
MediaWorks’ lenders in box seat, Ironbridge out in the cold
23:43 | 16/6/13
The proposed deal will see assets transferred to a new entity owned by the senior lenders, who have pledged to take on all 1400 staff and pay all suppliers.
Consumer confidence jumps to highest in three years
23:40 | 16/6/13
June index buoyed by improving economic prospects, rising house values, low interest rates and falling prices.
McGeoch to head new MediaWorks company
21:30 | 16/6/13
Former Sky City chairman Rod McGeoch has confirmed he will chair a new company that intends to buy the businesses of MediaWorks NZ.
MediaWorks in receivership
21:02 | 16/6/13
Private equity owner Ironbridge Capital will place MediaWorks in receivership today.
Economy likely grew 0.6% in Q1 on construction, manufacturing
19:30 | 16/6/13
First-quarter growth "largely reflects the effects of the drought and Canterbury earthquake rebuilding".
Groser: Chinese infant formula a gold rush
14:02 | 16/6/13
Trade Minister Tim Groser has likened demand for infant formula in China to a gold rush and he says NZ is at the centre of it.
New Zealand needs to lift its game in China - Groser
02:02 | 16/6/13
Trade Minister points to recent problems. PLUS: The baby formula "gold rush."
Little brother more of a threat to privacy
01:39 | 16/6/13
“Google is free, and the reason why it’s free is that they extract information and sell it on to their advertisers.”
Norman: I wouldn’t have gone to the SkyCity corporate box
01:27 | 16/6/13
Top Labour MPs' decision to watch the rugby from a SkyCity corporate box was an error of judgement, says their potential coalition partner.
Dame Susan may step on Peters
01:13 | 16/6/13
Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy says she may step in if Winston Peters continues to ‘stigmatise one population to his own benefit.’
Changes to snapper quota in popular recreational fishing areas
18:04 | 15/6/13
The Ministry of Fisheries will begin assessing possible changes to snapper regulations next month.
Logging ship left in limbo
15:13 | 15/6/13
The future of a South Korean logging ship detained in Poverty Bay is up in the air.
NZ treating infant formula issue seriously
13:32 | 15/6/13
New Zealand is working hard to register its infant formula brands as Chinese officials push for assurances on food safety.
HSBC’s Respected Steel Says Gold Over $1,600/oz In 2013
12:36 | 15/6/13
Today’s AM fix was USD 1,379.75, EUR 1,035.54 and GBP 882.76 per ounce. Yesterday’s AM fix was USD 1,386.25, EUR 1,039.71 and GBP 885.33 per ounce.
Prime Minister choppers in for a glimpse of Fieldays action
09:21 | 15/6/13
Visitors swarmed around exhibitors sites, demonstrations and competitions today, day three of Fieldays with 38,782 marching though the gates from 8am.
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