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  Reply # 46945 27-Sep-2006 09:39
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Wonder if she will start a new ISP

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  Reply # 46947 27-Sep-2006 10:02
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and call it breadhug?

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  Reply # 46948 27-Sep-2006 10:07
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She can nearly afford ihug

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  Reply # 46949 27-Sep-2006 10:12
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Maybe she'll start her own toaster factory and take "the next step"

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  Reply # 51335 6-Nov-2006 20:02
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Does anyone have any idea what happened with this? The story seems to have died


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Reply # 51674 8-Nov-2006 21:27
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That is a very good question... and the forum has disappeared too.









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Reply # 51972 11-Nov-2006 10:49
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According to NZ Herald (11 November 2006):

Five weeks after being sacked by CallPlus, Annette Presley has still not met around the board table with her estranged husband Malcolm Dick to resolve the dispute about her role in the internet and phone company, well-placed sources say.

But a month later, Presley and Dick have not met to discuss Presley's ownership stake and continuing role in the business.


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maybe the player in the isp and telco game in NZ has her on their board. as she has been in talks with them

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