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Synlait Milk chief executive Leon Clement resigns
Leon Clement will leave the company at the end of the month after less than three years in the job. 
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Erebus family member starts petition to relocate memorial
A petition to relocate the National Erebus Memorial has collected more than 5000 signatures and counting. The memorial is intended to pay tribute to the 237 passengers and 20 crew killed in an Air New Zealand flight which crashed... 
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BAFTA Film Awards 2021: See the complete list of winners
This year, the BAFTAs, celebrated the films released during a difficult year. Here is a list of who scored big at the awards. 
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Tobias Menzies and Matt Smith react to Prince Philip's death after portraying him in The Crown
The Crown actors Tobias Menzies and Matt Smith issued statements about Prince Philip following his death. 
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Tokyo Olympics: Black Sticks relieved to have Sam Charlton back
After a 'bizarre' 2020, including a wedding, surgery and a new job, the 251-test defender is back training with a renewed energy. 
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Synlait Milk chief executive Leon Clement resigns
Synlait Milk chief executive Leon Clement will step down at the end of this month. 
© 2021 10:15am 

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Synlait CEO Leon Clement to step down
Synlait Milk chief executive Leon Clement is stepping down.The company's co-founder and former CEO John Penno will fill in until a replacement is found, the company said."It is with regret that the board has accepted the resignation... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 9:45am 

Suspicious blaze at abandoned Christchurch home
An abandoned home has been destroyed in a suspicious fire in Christchurch overnight. 
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Covid-19: Pubs, hairdressers set to reopen as UK eases lockdown
Millions of people in Britain will get their first chance in months for haircuts, casual shopping and restaurant meals as the UK takes the next step in its lockdown-lifting road map. 
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Petrol station robbed by two people wielding a tyre brace
An attendant hid while robbers raided the Challenge petrol station in Christchurch's Waltham suburb. 
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Poor infrastructure not only reason beaches become unsafe for swimming - Safeswim
Almost 40 Auckland beaches became unsafe for swimming this weekend after considerable rain. 
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Bafta Film Awards 2021: Nomadland and Promising Young Woman win big
The drama wins four prizes including best film, while Promising Young Woman wins best British film. 
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Dozens of organisations pen open letter calling for drug laws to be dumped and replaced
Open letter to Jacinda Ardern from dozens of social and health organisations calls for 45-year old drug laws to be dumped and rewritten. 
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Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho rips into Man United boss for 'embarrassing' claims
Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said if his lad imitated Son Heung-min's dive, he wouldn't be allowed to eat dinner. 
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Waikato firm Gallagher scored Five Eyes contracts because it kept manufacturing out of China
New Zealand was the advantage and a leading academic says companies need to be mindful of the risks associated with manufacturing products in China. 
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Gloriavale business loses Moo Chews contract amid employment controversy
A Gloriavale company has lost a contract to make Moo Chews children's snacks after questions about their employment practices.A post on the Moo Chews Facebook page said it has suspended further manufacturing with the company and... 
© 2021 NZ Herald 9:35am 

Emergency services responding to two-car crash near Taupō
Emergency services are responding to a two-car crash near Taupō.A police spokeswoman said the incident, on Broadlands Rd, was reported at 8.39am.Traffic was being diverted north of the scene, she said.A St John spokeswoman... 
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