Questions over ‘hidden’ Hector’s catch
Why was a Hector’s dolphin death publicly notified five months after it happened?
Abandoned pools may rise again
The abandoned Waiwera Hot Pools are not as dead as it appears - there is a plan to revive the thermal wonderland.
Short-term upside but longer economic pain
NZ’s economy performed better than expected over lockdown, but global fragility means the longer outlook is grim.
Banking on homegrown businesses
New technologies are changing the way we interact with our banks and it won’t be long before banks can predict the needs of small businesses. Newsroom’s Andrew Patterson talks to Kiwibank about the looming opportunities to transform business banking.
Labour warned: merchant fee regulation not easy
Labour has promised to reduce the massive fees retailers pay banks for transactions, but experts say reforming this intrinsically unfair system could be a long and tortuous road.
Security critical in new work-from-home life
Security is a key challenge in getting used to the new normal of working across multiple locations and it’s critical to working with third parties, according to the head of security at collaboration tools provider, Slack.
Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei - the tribe that won’t wait
Where does all that treaty settlement money go? We look at how one iwi is using theirs to lift the health and welfare of its people.
Covid-19 pushes SMEs to bridge the digital divide
Could the small business nightmare that is the coronavirus pandemic also be the kickstart to get more SMEs working digitally?
Sovereignty in a digital world - Part 2
Bernard Hickey continues a three-part series on the digital policies needed to bolster Aotearoa’s resilience, protect our sovereignty and reduce inequality in the wake of the Christchurch attacks, foreign interference in elections, the Covid-19 pandemic, America’s tech war with China, and state-sponsored cyber-attacks.
Another life for TV’s great survivor
MediaWorks has sold its loss making TV network to global giant Discovery Inc ensuring New Zealand’s first privately owned station will stay afloat and take the fight to its arch enemy TVNZ for a while yet, Mark Jennings reports