NZ needs to tighten control on drones
Andrew Shelley looks at the risks of the increasing number of drones in NZ, and the difficulty of regulating and punishing offenders.
Migrant exploitation and the true cost of UFB
A Govt operation has identified labour law violations in a project worth $1.78b of taxpayers’ money. Newsroom looks at the latest issues in the UFB build.
NZ could learn from Singapore’s IT blowout strategy
Small is beautiful according to Singapore’s new digital strategy which aims to curb the kind of bloated outsourced projects which have plagued NZ.
Could a new digital ID system work in NZ?
A thumb is all it will take to apply for a credit card, pay for insurance or pay tax in Singapore by 2020. Would that work in NZ?
China’s own Silicon Valley success stories
CMC NZ’s General Manager Chris Smith explains why investors and traders should pay attention to Chinese tech companies.
Orion Health investors opt for get-out-of-jail-free card
Frustrated Orion Health shareholders will be able to sell out of the poorly-performing company, as part of a deal to sell assets to a UK private equity firm.
NZ start-up set to disrupt $40b industry
A Wellington-based start-up is poised to disrupt a $40 billion antibodies industry.
‘It feels like Star Trek’
Texts and emails released by Derek Handley include an official view that Clare Curran didn’t taint the process of his aborted appointment.