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    Air New Zealand's standing by its decision to stop offering travellers newspapers

    Air New Zealand's standing by its decision to stop offering travellers newspapers


    Air New Zealand
    Air New Zealand
    It's come under fire for claiming it's about sustainability - when it operates hundreds of jet-fuel burning flights every day.

    But a spokesperson says flying papers around the country contributes to the company's annual fuel burn.

    They say removing them will cut enough weight to save 2000 metric tonnes of carbon every year.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


     Other Business News
     08 Dec: Mobile outages, flooding and road closures - the impacts of the weekend's heavy rain is being felt by many throughout the South Island
     07 Dec: Pre-Christmas travel disruption could be on the cards for trans-Tasman Jetstar customers
     07 Dec: Queenstown businesses are lauding an 24-hour alcohol ban this Crate Day
     06 Dec: West Coast Civil Defence Emergency Management Group and Westland District Council are closely monitoringtroads and rivers with heavy rain continuing to batter the region
     06 Dec: Drivers from one of the largest bus companies in the country are ramping up strike action - by cutting services in Auckland up until Christmas
     06 Dec: New bank restrictions could push the thorn of business confidence deeper into the Government's side
     06 Dec: There's doubt about the Government's prediction fuel prices could drop by 18 cents
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     Today's News

    Sailing:
    Peter Burling and Blair Tuke are underway in their double points medal race at the 49er sailing World Championships in Auckland 14:07

    Law and Order:
    Man shot dead by police at Tiaro on Queensland's Fraser Coast 14:07

    Hamilton:
    Sam Webster has lost the first race of his men's sprint quarter-final at the UCI Track World Cup in Cambridge 14:07

    Law and Order:
    A police officer says the purpose of CCTV cameras is for public safety not surveillance 13:27

    Rugby League:
    Israel Folau is looking to resurrect his sporting career with a potential return to rugby league - with rumours at least one club is weighing up a potential move 13:07

    Politics:
    The Prime Minister's confirmed Civil Defence minister Peeni Henare will head to the South Island this afternoon to assess the damage 12:27

    Sailing:
    It's been an eventful morning for the Olympic champions at the 49er sailing world championships in Auckland 12:26

    Rugby League:
    At the UK election, the 'Workington man' could decide Boris Johnson's fate. This is how 12:16

    Environment:
    Meet Mark, the 3-tonne inflatable whale teaching people how to help with mass strandings in Tasmania 12:07

    Accident and Emergency:
    One person has died following a crash on Wainui Road, near Whakatane 11:06


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