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Menzies

Sir Robert Gordon. 1894--1978, Australian statesman; prime minister (1939--41; 1949--66)
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John Menzies plc has 61,363,930 ordinary shares in issue (excluding treasury shares).
These contracts are a huge vote of confidence in Menzies Aviation and are very significant for our Scandinavian business.
The claim comes a week after Mr Menzies, 42, quit as a ministerial aide in the wake of our story about his 18-month drug-fuelled sex romps with the teenager which ended just weeks ago.
Menzies said it has now completed the "majority" of contract renewals with publishers, which it said "underpins the core business" and allows the group to "plan positively for the future".
Sir Menzies - known to all at Westminster as "Ming" - said he had written to Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg to inform him of his intention.
Menzies, who scored 180 tries from 349 games for the Sydney club from 1993-2008, will be back at Brookvale Oval as a club ambassador in 2014 and 2015 after announcing his retirement at the end of the season, just two months before his 40th birthday.
Karina's younger sister Samantha Menzies, 24, was left fighting for her life just a mile away from the fire station where Karina was killed last Friday when she was just four years old.
Ms Menzies was formally identified by police yesterday, when her brother described how her last act had been to save her children's lives.
Ms Menzies bravely threw her children out of the way, her brother Craig Menzies said yesterday.
STEVE MENZIES, Super League's very own Peter Pan, is looking to write another chapter in his fairytale career today.
Severe weather conditions in December cost Menzies Distribution [pounds sterling]500,000, the newspaper and magazine wholesaler has revealed.
Glen Menzies, 32, said he brought the drugs into the Stockton jail for a relative who had been threatened.