RadioLive host Sean Plunket

Bankrupt suing Brendan Horan, MediaWorks a no show in court

Thu 5 Mar

$350K plus "unspecifed damages" sought over Sean Plunket interview.

Prime Minister John Key (@RNZ)

John Key rejects Snowden docs as 'outdated'

Thu 5 Mar 14

UPDATED: Key says “out of date and some of the assumptions were just plain wrong”New docs show GCSB upgrading spying methods to deal with changing technology.

Reserve Bank governor Graeme Wheeler

Reserve Bank consults on tougher rules for property investors

Thu 5 Mar 4

RBNZ seeks submissions on proposals to impose new capital adequacy requirements on lending to property investors.

Lakeside Lane at the country's biggest residential project (Artist's Rendition)

Country’s biggest apartment project funded from China

Thu 5 Mar

Eight hundred apartments to spring up in Albany by the end of next year.

Tech Liberty co-founder and NZ Council for Civil Liberties chairman Thomas Beagle: Criminals will use cloud services like Dropbox rather than carry files through customs on a laptop

Greens scream, Tech Liberty raises practical concerns as Customs asks for right to demand passwords

Thu 5 Mar 7

Customs wants the right to demand people disclose passwords for laptops, smartpones and other gadgets as they enter NZ, even if it has no warrant  — and the threat of up to three months' jail if they refuse.

Baden Ewart

Ex-colonel to replace Isaacs at CERA

Thu 5 Mar

Warwick Isaacs successor at CERA has been announced.

Tourism Properties principal Adrian Chisholm

Tourism business sales breathe life into sector

Thu 5 Mar

Tourism operators are finding demand for their businesses.

ASB named All Blacks' bank sponsor

Thu 5 Mar

ASB signs multi-year sponsorship partnership, jerseys not included.

Vector chairman Michael Stiassny

Vector chairman Stiassny calls for regulatory change to incentivise electricity innovation

Thu 5 Mar 2

Stiassny said utility companies like Vector are "now in the grip of an innovation avalanche"

Jordan Carter

Mass collection of Pacific data affects Kiwi holidaymakers — InternetNZ boss

Thu 5 Mar 2

Carter draws link to customers pushing for the power to demand smart device passwords.

Chatham Rock Phosphate managing director Chris Castle

Chatham Rock seeks another $1.25m to pursue new seabed mining licence

Thu 5 Mar

CRP said it had "no intention" of abandoning the project and it was "increasingly likely" it would lodge a fresh application for a mining consent.

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