What’s in the newspapers - Nov 5
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters claims the New Zealand First Foundation was modelled on the National Party Foundation but records revealed in a Stuff investigation suggest otherwise; and Fonterra's head of India says it only needs to capture 4-5 per cent of that country's dairy market to become a $1 billion revenue business, something it could do within seven-to-ten years.
* The New Zealand Herald
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Immigration landmine looms
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