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Chorus now connects 588,000premises with its high-speed fibre services

Chorus now connects 588,000premises with its high-speed fibre services

Chorus, a leading fixed-line telecommunications provider in New Zealand, has announced that its high-speed fibre services now connect as many as 588,000 premises in the country.

Latam Airlines fined for allowing illegal passenger on flight to New Zeland

Latam Airlines fined for allowing illegal passenger on flight to New ZelandSouth American airline, Latam Airlines has been fined by the authorities in New Zealand after the airline allowed an illegal passenger to fly to that country.

MediaWorksapologises to RBNZ for leak

MediaWorksapologises to RBNZ for leakNewshub's owners Mediaworks has apologised to the Reserve Bank of New Zealand after it admitted that one its staff told his colleagues about the bank's decision to lower interest rates about an hour before the official announcement.

Green Party wants to Strengthen KiwiBank to Compete Better with Foreign Banks

Green Party wants to Strengthen KiwiBank to Compete Better with Foreign Banks

The Greens Party wants to strengthen KiwiBank in order to make it better compete with the foreign owned big four banks paving a path for better interest rates.

The Green Party said on Monday, to achieve better bank interest rates they will inject added $100 million in capital to Kiwibank in order to pace up the growth into as a commercial bank. It will also permit Kiwibank to keep more of the profits so that it grows faster. It will also give Kiwibank an understandable public purpose in order to lead the market in transiting to cuts in interest rates.

Internet of Things would Get Cheaper in Australia and New Zealand with Sigfox Expanding its Network

Internet of Things would Get Cheaper in Australia and New Zealand with Sigfox Ex

Sigfox, the French company making wireless networks connecting low energy objects like washing machines, electricity meters and smartwatches is rolling out its wide area network technology in New Zealand and Australia through Thinxtra.

Thinxtra, the Internet of Things (IoT) business is planning to launch operations in New Zealand and Australia during the second quarter of 2016. It is an Australian start-up which has New Zealand company, Rakon as a cornerstone investor.

New Zealand Gay couple stranded with three surrogate babies in Mexico

New Zealand Gay couple stranded with three surrogate babies in Mexico

A gay couple living in Auckland in New Zealand, who had three surrogate babies in Mexico, have found themselves stranded in the Latin American country.

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