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The Dunedin Coroner’ s report into the shooting at Aramona was released today. Speaker: Const. Don Harvey, (Dunedin Police)
National League soccer team Nelson United is angry after the Football Association canceled its sponsorship deal.
Pakatoa Island one of the country’s oldest tourist resorts may soon be owned by German investors. Financially strapped Kerridge Pacer won’t reveal how much its getting for the island, however, before the deal goes through the foreign buyers must convince the government the sale is in the interests of all New Zealanders.
A third major bank has dropped its mortgage rate. The National Bank is cutting its interest rate ti 13.75%, following the lead by the BNZ and ANZ banks.
State Owned Enterprise Minister Doug Kidd has confirmed the BNZ is top of his list for asset sales but won’t say when the sale will happen
The Waitangi Tribunal has rejected the Ngai Tahu claim for most of the South Island but is urging the Government to pay substantial compensation. Speakers: Rakihia Tau, (Ngai Tahu Claimant), Winston Peters, (Maori Affairs Minister)