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End of the road for Joyce v NBR

Victoria Young
Mon, 09 Nov 2020

Victoria Young
Mon, 09 Nov 2020
The defamation saga between former politician Steven Joyce and NBR publisher Todd Scott has ended, with the former finance minister opting not to appeal a Court of Appeal decision against him.Time ran out today for Joyce to appeal the Oct. 9 decision which reversed a High Court ruling saying Joyce had been defamed.Joyce said "I feel like I've made my point. The High Court agreed with me - the Court of Appeal didn't. "That's the way it goes. There is limit to how far you take these things," the now business c...

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