Appeal Court finds Hamilton real estate agents fixed prices
The Court of Appeal has overturned an earlier ruling, finding some Hamilton real estate agents colluded with their rivals to fix prices.
Whaleoil suffers new defamation case setbacks
The Whaleoil blogger Cameron Slater has lost a bid to have hacked documents obtained by author Nicky Hager excluded from a High Court defamation case.
A grand rip-off or an innocent abroad
High Court judge must decide whether a Chinese-born kiwifruit grower conspired to sell one of our super varieties to China - denying NZ untold millions in exports.
Former Nazi SS camp guard goes on trial
A 94-year-old former SS enlisted man went on trial this week in Germany, facing hundreds of counts of accessory to murder.
High stakes in kiwifruit smuggling lawsuit
The national kiwifruit exporter, Zespri, says smuggled New Zealand plants in China put a huge export opportunity at risk.
The courtroom drama starring a former PM
There’s nothing like a good courtroom drama to stir the imagination, and the Mainzeal case is no exception.
No pay in NZ still better than life overseas
Reporter Teuila Fuatai speaks to migrant worker Lino Viloria about allegations of illegal labour practices and exploitation.