InternetNZ Chief Executive Jordan Carter has condemned the decision by the United
States communications regulator to undo 2015 open Internet rules, warning that all
Internet users will end up worse off as a result.
People are spending more online to rent a taxi, or a house for a night, and less
on in-car satellite navigation and DVDs, Stats NZ said today. As a result of these
changes in technology, the consumers price index (CPI) basket of goods and services ...
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Dec. 19 (BusinessDesk) - NZME and Fairfax Media are playing up the alternative strategies
they've run since the Commerce Commission first rejected their planned merger, and
are reserving their position on whether to appeal a High Court decision upholding ...
Dec. 19 (BusinessDesk) - The High Court has rejected NZME and Fairfax New Zealand's
attempt to overturn a Commerce Commission ruling against a proposed merger of the
country's dominant newspaper publishers and upheld the regulator's right to rely ...
The Minister for Primary Industries needs to officially declare a drought and mobilise
the support mechanisms in place for farmers before it’s too late, National’s
Primary Industries spokesperson Nathan Guy says.
A ridge of high pressure has held sway over New Zealand since early November, and
has set the tone for hot and dry weather. In the last week of November conditions
were favourable for inland thunderstorms driven by afternoon heating, but these eased ...
The Insurance Council of New Zealand (ICNZ) announced today that 2017 has been the
most expensive year on record for weather-related losses, with a total insured-losses
value of more than $242 million. “These figures are a clear sign of the impact ...