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Monday, 25 May 2015
Spark outraged by no reduction in levy
11:50 | 24/5/15
Spark is so grumpy about a levy in the budget it's going to highlight it separately on its bills.
TPP progress in US welcomed by Groser
10:29 | 24/5/15
Trade Minister Tim Groser welcomes the next step in the US for the Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade deal.
NZ Defence Force flies over Auckland
08:01 | 24/5/15
The New Zealand Defence Force helicopters will be flying over Auckland as part of its urban flying operations training.
Stormy weather causes Auckland power outages
07:55 | 24/5/15
Lines crews are heading out to fix power outages in Auckland caused when heavy rain and strong winds hit New Zealand's largest city yesterday.
Is Google on the way out?
01:59 | 24/5/15
As Google faces an antitrust probe from European regulators, some analysts are questioning whether the California tech giant's dominance has already peaked.
Canadian journalist suspened for embellishing truth
01:11 | 24/5/15
A prominent journalist has been suspended from several roles in Canada's French-speaking media after allegations that he made up or embellished reports.
Google files patent for interactive toys
12:29 | 23/5/15
Google has filed a patent for toys that pay attention to who is in a room and can interact with other media devices.
Parliament debates KiwiSaver changes under urgency
11:03 | 23/5/15
Parliament is continuing to sit under urgency to pass measures in the budget.
NZME wins top honours at the 2015 Canon Media Awards
10:33 | 23/5/15
23 May 2015 - NZME is thrilled to be leading news, sport and entertainment journalism, evident by the 24 wins at tonight’s Canon Media Awards.
Fruit sellers victims of Burundi grenade attack
09:09 | 23/5/15
Three people have been killed by a double grenade attack in the centre of the Burundian capital Bujumbura.
Bill to cut kick-start grant passed
07:42 | 23/5/15
Parliament has passed under urgency a bill to scrap the $1000 kick-start grant for new KiwiSaver members.
Border levy bill passes first reading
07:24 | 23/5/15
A bill to bring in a new border clearance levy has passed its first reading in Parliament, which is sitting under urgency.
Hilton works to attract more Kiwi employees
06:27 | 23/5/15
More children than ever are growing up in Queenstown, but very few are choosing a career in the resort's hotels.
Chorus shapes its future workforce
20:38 | 22/5/15
Chorus is a company focused on ensuring that its future workforce has the right skills. It has teamed up with secondary schools to introduce students to the world of telecommunications and technology through its Schools Gateway Programme.
Nakedbus.com Acquisition Completed
20:02 | 22/5/15
ManaBus.com is proud to announce the deal is now officially complete. The acquisition was first announced on 7th of May by Sir Brian Souter of Souter Holdings Limited. The transaction was completed on the 21st May. “This is an exciting development ...
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