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Geoff Blackwell is chief executive of Auckland publishers PQ Blackwell and MILK Books, which have a total of 16 staff.
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The Greens will push for legislation to lock MPs' and ministers' pay rises or even cuts to the same dollar amounts ordinary New Zealanders receive.
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Distressed breast cancer patients are furious to discover insurers will pay only a fraction of breast reconstruction costs because the procedure is considered non-essential Instead, the single mother of two has been "devastated" by an $11,500 debt she can't pay, money her insurance company refuses to refund for her breast reconstruction.
The name of a motorcycle rider who died in a crash with a truck in Waikato yesterday has been named.
A three-hour search was carried out in Western Bay of Plenty last night after a boat carrying three men was reported overdue.
Justice Minister Judith Collins has congratulated the New Zealand Council of Victim Support Groups for winning the New Zealander of the Year Award in the community section.
A father of two young sons is one of two New Zealanders feared dead in a mysterious Malaysia Airlines flight disappearance yesterday.
Two of North Otago's most iconic stone structures have been badly damaged during work which is being done at an Enfield dairy conversion site by Oamaru company Mitchell and Webster.
The buildings at King's College in Otahuhu are considered safe enough to continue to be occupied but strengthening them will carry significant cost.
Conservative Party leader Colin Craig says he is trying to "raise the standard of debate'' in New Zealand with his defamation claim against Greens co-leader Russel Norman.
A look into how some of New Zealand's biggest volcanoes erupted hundreds of years ago could help predict lava flows for future eruptions.
The expanded sex education, to be monitored by the Education Review Office, will mean students will be much better placed to make respectful and informed choices.
Dr Shane Reti will be the National Party's candidate in the safe Whangarei electorate at this year's general election.
A rugby fan watching a game on TV drank himself to death by consuming two beers, 20 spirit shots and 10 bourbon mixes.
Said to be the largest show of its kind in the world, the annual four-day event in England features thousands of dogs, with competitors travelling from countries across the globe to take part.
A Palmerston North teen is due to appear in court today charged with arson following two suspicious house fires in Roslyn.