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Tim Buckley is with the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis. Audio
Coalminers have escaped further redundancies but the axe is finally falling on Solid Energy itself, and on 128 million dollars of taxpayer bailout funds. Audio
The Finance Minister, Bill English, says the taxpayer will not get back the millions of dollars that it poured into Solid Energy. Audio
Solid Energy's acting Chairman Andy Coupe says he's confident the creditors will vote for the deal when they meet in five weeks time, and won't go for immediate liquidation. Audio
As we've been discussing this morning, Solid Energy is expected to announce today it will go into voluntary administration for two-and-a-half years. Audio
Staff of the struggling state coal miner Solid Energy are expected to be told today the company is placing itself in voluntary administration. Audio
The state coal miner Solid Energy is expected to announce it will go into voluntary administration today. Audio
Solid Energy workers will find out their fate tomorrow as the company announces what it's future will look like. Audio
Closure of the debt-ridden coal firm Solid Energy could mean the loss of up to 150 KiwiRail jobs, a union says.
It's still owned by the taxpayer, but debt laden coal mining company Solid Energy's future is in the hands of its bankers, with the Prime Minister, John Key, acknowledging liquidation is one of three… Audio
Solid Energy's chief executive Dan Clifford declined to come on Morning Report and all the company would tell us was that a decision had yet to be taken on which of the three options would be pursued.
The Prime Minister, John Key, says the state-owned coal miner, Solid Energy, is in a precarious position and a decision on its future could be made within weeks. Audio
After one hundred and fourteen years, Government owned coal mining operations in New Zealand appear to be on the cusp of oblivion. Audio
The Government is accused of failing to intervene to help troubled state-owned coal miner Solid Energy.
Liquidation is the Government's least preferred option for debt-ridden state-owned enterprise Solid Energy.
The future viability of Solid Energy is still in doubt. Audio
The chief executive of Solid Energy is Dan Clifford. Audio
Solid Energy staff from Westport's Stockton mine are bracing themselves for the company's restructuring announcement today. Audio
Solid Energy's viability is once again being questioned after revelations the former chair quit because she did not believe any more could be done for the troubled coal company. Audio
The Finance Minister has confirmed the chair of Solid Energy resigned because she did not believe any more could be done for the troubled coal company. Audio