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70% Of Air Passengers Want Self-service For More Steps Of The Journey

70% Of Air Passengers Want Self-service For More Steps Of The Journey

The most comprehensive global survey ever undertaken of passenger use of air transport self-service technology has found popular demand is now reaching out into non-traditional areas of self-service as airline passengers demonstrate their increasing ease with online, kiosk and mobile phone channe

NZ Communities Can Again Safely Dispose Of E-Waste - eDay 2010 Date Announced

NZ Communities Can Again Safely Dispose Of E-Waste - eDay 2010 Date Announced

The date for eDay 2010, New Zealand's free computer recycling event, was announced today by the Minister for the Environment, the Hon Dr Nick Smith. eDay will be held in more than 40 centres throughout New Zealand on Saturday 6 November 2010.

Girl Describes Alleged Abuser's 'Two Personalities'

Girl Describes Alleged Abuser's 'Two Personalities'

Christchurch, Oct 5 NZPA - A teenage girl has told a court of a relationship with a man who she says beat, kicked, and strangled her and grazed her with a knife when she refused sex.

Prayers Answered For Samoan Reverends With Flights Win From Digicel

Prayers Answered For Samoan Reverends With Flights Win From Digicel

Monday, 4 October - Auckland: Rev Sina Vaa from Wainuiomata in Lower Hutt had her prayers answered this morning when she was drawn as the first winner in the Digicel Send Top Up Home competition, winning two return flights to Samoa courtesy of Air New Zealand.

Coroner Says He Won't Call Murder Trial Witness

Auckland, Oct 4 NZPA - The coroner hearing the inquest into the death of the Kahui twins says he doesn't plan to call a man who heard their mother Macsyna King say "Chris didn't do it, I did it".

Collaborate And Communicate If You Want Change, Says Visiting E-learning Expert

Collaborate and communicate if you want change is the message that Danish visiting e-learning expert, Peter Looms, delivered to an audience of e-Learning specialists at the second annual Regional e-Learning Symposium held at NorthTec in Whangarei on Wednesday (subs 29 September).

Asia-Pacific Demand For Mobile Data Services Increases As Mobile Voice Declines, Finds Ovum

Asia-Pacific Demand For Mobile Data Services Increases As Mobile Voice Declines, Finds Ovum

Asia-Pacific's mobile phone market will see a continued decline in voice revenues over the next five years, as intense competition continues to push prices lower, finds Ovum.

Top Building Apprentice In Wellington Region Announced

Top Building Apprentice In Wellington Region Announced

Carterton apprentice Rhys Doesburg has been named the Wellington Region's Registered Master Builders 2010 Apprentice of the Year, in association with Carters.

Victim Of Hockey Player Glad At Jail Sentence

Victim Of Hockey Player Glad At Jail Sentence

Auckland, Sept 23 NZPA - A woman still on crutches after a top hockey player struck her in a hit and run says she is glad he is going behind bars.

GDP Result Shows Poor Communication - Westpac

GDP Result Shows Poor Communication - Westpac

GDP expanded at a disappointing rate of just 0.2% in the second quarter of 2010, much weaker than we or the market median anticipated. Significantly, the downbeat message delivered at the Reserve Bank's latest Monetary Policy Statement was based on a forecast of 0.9% GDP growth.

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