Sir Edmund Hillary is the most trustworthy New Zealander, according to a poll of Kiwi attitudes. But National leader Don Brash and broadcaster Paul Holmes are languishing among the least trusted. The Readers Digest annual survey reveals the professions and brands New Zealanders are happy to rely on. Director Peter Jackson, currently inspiring King Kong mania, was third, but he was an exception, with most television and film personalities getting the thumbs down. Rachel Hunter was 45th, followed by Suzanne Paul, Russell Crowe and Paul Holmes. [More]