NZ: Fairfax Media to slash 70 jobs

5:46PM Tuesday Apr 21, 2009

Fairfax Media CEO Joan Withers. Photo / Kenny Rodger

Fairfax Media CEO Joan Withers. Photo / Kenny Rodger

Seventy jobs cuts and a possible move to a nine-day fortnight are being proposed by Fairfax Media as it continues to slim down its New Zealand operations.

Fairfax announced today 70 pre-press and advertising production jobs would be shed as the company moves production into four regional hubs.

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Clare Swinney

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