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Air NZ talks on South Asia expansion but avoids unprofitable Virgin questions

Air New Zealand chairman Tony Carter (left) and CEO Christopher Luxon (Calida Smylie)

3News-Reid Research poll sees big post-Hager bounce for Conservatives

Conservative Party leader Colin Craig (3News)

UPDATED with full poll results: NZ First up to 6.3%, putting Winston Peters in king-maker role | Most want Collins stood down

Fonterra announces ‘game changer’ Chinese partnership

Fonterra CEO Theo Spierings and chairman John Wilson

Fonterra is partnering with Chinese infant food manufacturer Beingmate to help meet China’s growing demand for infant formula

$555m Fonterra investment for Waikato and Southland

Lichfield

Fonterra is investing $555 million to establish a high efficiency milk powder drier in the North Island as well significant upscaling of its South Island milk processing capacity

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Paul Brislen

In which Paul Brislen of Anthem discusses ethics

Greens barking up the wrong tree — Privacy Commissioner

Edwards: "What we won’t do is howl at the moon"

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Millbrook confident of OIO approval

Bird’s eye view of the land purchased by Millbrook Resort, with existing development to the left

InternetNZ gives thumbs up as Nats promise $100m more for rural broadband

InternetNZ CEO Jordan Carter

Labour is out-Laboured — again. Money will come from extending tax on telco industry. Adams also promises $50 million more to boost mobile coverage in remote areas.

NZ POLITICS DAILY: August 27 2014

Bryce Edwards

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