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$1000-a-day contractors rub salt into Fonterra staff wounds

Sat 1 Aug

Fonterra is still advertising for contractors as staff face brutal rounds of job cuts.

 
JOLENE JERARD: ‘The challenge for logistics and shipping is updating existing policies and security structures

Alarming increase in Asian maritime pirates

Fri 31 Jul

Maritime piracy and robbery incidents against all shipping categories, especially in Southeast Asian waters, are increasing at a worrying pace, according to new data.

 
UNDERWEAR REVOLUTION: Pharmaco chief executive Chandra Selvadurai with Confiex founders Frantisek Riha-Scott, centre, and Mark Davey

Fashion Week uncovers for launch of medical breakthrough

Fri 31 Jul

The fashion catwalk will be the launch platform for a New Zealand-developed healthcare product that could radically change a $1 billion market worldwide.

 
WHINE MERCHANT: Peter Scutts in happier times

The curious case of Peter Scutts disproportionate drubbing or just desserts?

Fri 31 Jul

Popular, successful and respected, businessman Peter Scutts’ career came a cropper in May when he was convicted of fraud. Nick Grant attempts to get to the bottom of the whys and wherefores of his dodgy dealings.

 

Former bankrupt’s 11-year battle with adjudication continues

Fri 31 Jul

A former bankrupt’s allegation his personal insolvency of more than a decade ago resulted from fraud upon the court has been repeatedly knocked down by the Supreme Court.

 

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