Internet mogul Kim Dotcom is most likely still being spied on – but not necessarily by the US.
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After more than two years, the Paula Rebstock-led inquiry into leaks over job cuts at Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade will be released tomorrow.
Australian man fined $11k for 'stupid' action
Australian man has been fined $11,000 for bringing live scorpions into New Zealand.
Two masked men brandish firearm and demand cash from staff members loading ATM in West Auckland.
Another government IT project has run into strife, with a major blowout forecast.
A teacher at a West Auckland school has been stood down and police are investigating complaints involving children.
School counsellors are struggling to keep up with caseloads as children seek help for increasingly complex personal problems.
French man who sold breast implants filled with industrial silicone in countries including NZ convicted of fraud.
Fonterra Shareholders Fund units plummet after the co-op said it would cut its dividend from 32c to 10c.
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