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Reasons Published For Clearance Granted To Fletcher Building To Acquire Stevenson Masonry

2 APRIL 2009 - The Commerce Commission has published its reasons for granting clearance to Fletcher Building Limited to acquire up to 100 per cent of the assets of both Stevenson Group Limited's Whangarei masonry business and Stevenson's Auckland masonry business.

New Research On Future Of Newspapers To Be Unveiled At Power Of Print Conference

Paris, 2 April 2009

The global consultancy PriceWaterhouseCoopers will unveil a major new research project on the future of newspaper publishing at the new Power of Print Conference & Expo, to be held in Barcelona, Spain, on 27 and 28 May next.

Skycity To Sponsor V8 Supercars At The Hamilton 400

3 April 2009 - SKYCITY is proud to announce its sponsorship of one of this year's most eagerly anticipated sporting events in New Zealand, the V8 Supercars at the Hamilton 400 which takes place from the 17-19 April.

Undie Fetish Man Had Hundreds Of Images On His PC, Court Told

Wellington, April 3 NZPA - A Hastings businessman who has pleaded guilty to taking photos under women's skirts has an undie fetish, his lawyer told court.

Barlow's Wife "Devastated" By Parole Bid Ruling

Wellington, April 3 NZPA - The wife of double murderer John Barlow has rejected the grounds on which the Parole Board has ruled he is to stay behind bars and is "devastated" by the decision.

Child Cancer Service Jeopardised By Specialists Quitting

Wellington, April 3 NZPA - Wellington Hospital's beleaguered child cancer service hangs by a thread again as its two paediatric oncologists resign after only months in the job.

New Zealand Biosecurity Leaders

New Zealand Biosecurity Leaders

3 APRIL 2009 - As countries in the European Union struggle to deal with an ever-increasing stream of invasive plant and animal species, they could do well to look to New Zealand for biosecurity advice.

John Barlow Denied Parole

Wellington, April 3 NZPA - Double-murderer John Barlow has been denied parole .

Zed Suggests “Make Religion More Appealing”

Reacting to Massey University study concluding “New Zealanders becoming less religious”, acclaimed Hindu statesman Rajan Zed suggested to organizations and leaders of various religions and denominations in New Zealand to make religion more vibrant, attractive and engaging if they want

Youth Who Escaped From Police Van Jailed

Wellington, April 2 NZPA - A teenager who escaped from a police van passing through Shannon has been jailed.