Andrew Little’s plea to British media
Justice Minister Andrew Little has urged international media to respect the interim name suppression granted to the man accused of murdering British backpacker Grace Millane.
Government says no to ACC levy increase
The Government has announced a reduction to ACC’s work levy, saying it will hold all other ACC levies at their current rate.
China-NZ $240m infant formula plant begins trials
Mataura Valley Milk is on target to begin commercial production at the end of January.
Govt ministers to proactively release diaries
Policy change about “building trust and confidence” in government, State Services Minister says.
Business podcast: Inside open banking
Jenee Tibshraeny looks at how banks are set to face stiff competition from fintechs they’re being forced to share their data with.
Police to be questioned over uplift at school
Last Friday police arrived at an Auckland school. But they were not there for student safety, Melanie Reid reports.
Huawei likely to be grandfathered into 5G
Telcos are facing calls to remove Huawei from their existing phone networks.
$30.5m hit planned for ‘mega mast’
Poison drops over a million hectares are planned to counter a ‘mega mast’ predicted to spark a plague of predators in native forests.