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    A steel company has been fined more than half-a-million dollars for making false and misleading claims about one of its steel mesh products
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     17 August 2018
    A steel company has been fined more than half-a-million dollars for making false and misleading claims about one of its steel mesh products
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    Higher crude oil costs are pumping up fuel prices
    17 Aug: Higher crude oil costs are pumping up fuel prices... more
    Director Peter Weir flies to the defence of accused spy and filmmaker James Ricketson in Cambodia
    17 Aug: The trial of jailed Australian filmmaker James Ricketson gets underway, with a panel of Cambodian judges grilling Australian film director Peter Weir over the accused spy's finances and links to the Australian Government.... more
    In rural news ..
    17 Aug: In rural news ..... more
    A Manawatu share milker has written a children's book to shine some positive light on farmers
    17 Aug: A Manawatu share milker has written a children's book to shine some positive light on farmers... more
    About 30,000 Westpac NZ customers will receive replacement cards following a data security incident related to Ticketmaster in June
    16 Aug: About 30,000 Westpac NZ customers will receive replacement cards following a data security incident related to Ticketmaster in June... more
    Viagogo is a no go ... for many Kiwis
    16 Aug: Viagogo is a no go ... for many Kiwis... more
    Our buoyant cruise industry is bringing more than 400-million dollars into the economy
    16 Aug: Our buoyant cruise industry is bringing more than 400-million dollars into the economy... more
    Most people still think it's a bad time to buy a house
    16 Aug: Most people still think it's a bad time to buy a house, and expect property prices will continue to rise over the next year... more
    The largest ever gathering of key players in the infrastructure sector will take place in Auckland today
    16 Aug: The largest ever gathering of key players in the infrastructure sector will take place in Auckland today... more

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     24 Jul: Immigration New Zealand's management is being criticised after a 50 million dollar budget blowout ++++++++++++
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