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Complaint to Commerce Commission over tiny tag revealing drink is from overseas. Former Fair Go presenter and consumer advocate Kevin Milne is taking a well-known New Zealand winery to task over the label of one of its "classic character" wines that'
Milne took a six-month break before returning to TV after his open heart valve surgery in 2004. Holmes' heart troubles have followed a hard hitting judgement by the NZ Press Council over his opinion column in the Weekend Herald. Yesterday his
The TV One show's original frontman has questioned the programme's ethics, criticising its reporters and investigative practices. In a post on his website yesterday, Dr Edwards uses a "Kafkaesque" scenario to describe Fair Go . "It's hard to believe
The discussion came in the wake of a new advertising campaign featuring Milne (NZ's second-most trusted person in 2010 ) fronting a series of commercials and YouTube clips for Carpet Mill, a carpet manufacturer based in Hamilton...You see, he has
It's all part of the creative world of film finance and it makes sense to draw in your fans, create a community and help the bottom line. What's more, hoi polloi don't get anything back in the end even if the movie becomes a huge hit. It's quite a
Accepting offers of under-the-table work is well ingrained in the national psyche...All sorts of justifications are offered for yielding to this temptation, but rarely is the ultimate cost of the practice to the community acknowledged. And only
A campaign that says we no longer find this acceptable will make it difficult for tradesmen to walk up and say you can either pay this much in cash or more by card...The campaign should model itself around the drink driving campaign, he said. "My
Former Fair Go presenter Kevin Milne has had a brain tumour removed and says he has "some ideas" for a return to television. Milne, 61, who left Fair Go last year after 27 years, had the tumour removed on Tuesday. He was told in mid-2009 that a
The 61-year-old left hospital yesterday a relieved man. "I am feeling pretty good...So it all goes up through your nose, they drill through the front of your skull."...He was impressed with what he saw of his brain, too. "It looked enormous," he
After 40 years in television, the past 27 with Fair Go , one of the most-recognised faces in New Zealand is bowing out. Kevin Milne talks to Alan Perrott about the rights and wrongs of his escapades and TV ratings...A long-standing employee whom we'