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Chatham Islands set for telco boost
Government announces next stage of delivering significant improvements in telecommunications for the Chatham Islands.
Where is our digital ambition?
Labour ask why the government isn't defining intellectual property as an integral part of our economy?
Govt appoints Callaghan board members
Government recruits Navman founder Sir Peter Maire and Wynyard CEO Craig Richardson to the board.
Government announces iPad supplier
Cyclone Computers confirmed as main supplier for agencies and schools buying through the All-of-Government (AoG) Desktop and Laptop contract.
Young learners losing out
Some of our youngest learners are losing out thanks to the government’s lack of progress in closing the digital divide.
NZ lacks power to fix tech tax loopholes
IRD backs government claims that they lack sufficient power to ensure large tech companies pay more tax.
Dotcom's extradition case delayed
Megaupload founder will not be seen until August following an eight month delay to his extradition hearing.
NZ rejects international teleco treaty changes
Kiwis reject a push to bring the internet under stronger state control.
Has Adams put Chorus before consumers?
Labour criticises Minister of Communications for refusing to pass wholesale costs onto Kiwi households.
Government considers Commerce Commission report
Government receives draft determination on pricing for the unbundled bitstream access (UBA) and a final determination on the unbundled copper local loop (UCLL).
Govt debates online bullying agency
Justice Minister Judith Collins believes New Zealand should move with the tech times in response to bullying online.
Dotcom alleges FBI double-crossing
New attempt to throw out extradition case against Megaupload founder in the U.S.
Flying New Zealand’s ICT flag
Kiwi ICT sector urged to "fly its flag" more aggressively to promote its value as a key driver in the economy and attract much needed talent.
ATI Bill passes second reading
Bill passed to create a new high-tech HQ for innovative New Zealand businesses.
TestraClear sale prompts ComCom monitoring
Following Vodafone's acquisition of telco firm, the NZ Commerce Commission will monitor fixed-to-mobile pricing.
Should ComCom have more teeth?
Labour says consumers could be the big losers after the Commerce Commission rubber-stamped Vodafone’s purchase of TelstraClear.
Dotcom cock-ups watched closely in USA
Government handling of the Megaupload case is under close U.S. scrutiny and what they see isn’t pretty according to the Labour Party.
Commerce Commission outlines approach to telco levy
Further plans to set the Telecommunications Development Levy released this morning.
Deloittes damage control over Govt computer security
The Ministry of Social Development has appointed Deloittes to review its computer network security over privacy concerns.
Key causes Parliament outrage over Dotcom
Prime Minister and Opposition leader in fiery exchange as both stand their ground over the ongoing Kim Dotcom saga.
Canada joins Huawei boycott
Chinese company faces exclusion from planned government network across North America as concerns over security risks continue.
Labour demands Govt inquiry over Huawei handling
After U.S. officials accused the company of bribery and spying, opposition party questions the Chinese firm's share of the $1.35 billion UFB rollout.
ComCom says less Telco regulation needed now
Chorus carve-out stokes competition in copper line backhaul, diminishes need for regulation
Key's credibility crushed after Dotcom denial
Labour party condemns the under-fire Primer Minister after revelations he knew about illegal spying in the Kim Dotcom case.