$350K plus "unspecifed damages" sought over Sean Plunket interview.
UPDATED: Key says “out of date and some of the assumptions were just plain wrong”| New docs show GCSB upgrading spying methods to deal with changing technology.
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.
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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New Zealand may become the first in the world to have a regulatory framework that lets beyond line of sight flights on unmanned aerial vehicles.