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Datacom expert becomes Palo Alto Networks 'Guardian'
Datacom's David Hull named APAC's first CYBERFORCE Guardian, an elite cybersecurity accolade.
John Key’s next big venture - ANZ gets a new chair & board member
Former New Zealand Prime Minister, Sir John Key, will become the new Chair of ANZ New Zealand in January 2018.
John Key's $22m cyber security announcement: Industry insider opinion
Key recently announced a $22 million fund to go towards setting up a national security agency - here is an industry insider opinion.
Pacific Islands to access more NZ TV and Sport, for free
The Government has launched a new broadcasting initiative that will see several Pacific Islands have access to more NZ TV content and sports coverage.
Key scotches national water settlement, spruiks irrigation
Prime Minister John Key has reiterated a National-led government will not negotiate a national Treaty of Waitangi settlement over Maori claims to fres.
NZ Dollar Outlook: Kiwi may decline amid stronger greenback, weaker dairy auction
The New Zealand dollar may fall this week in the face of a resurgent greenback and as dairy futures suggest prices will decline at this week's GlobalD.
NZ-Korea FTA signed amid spying and lost sovereignty claims
A long-awaited free trade agreement between New Zealand and South Korea has been signed in Seoul by Prime Minister John Key and the Korean president.
NZ, Vietnam aim to double two-way trade to $2.2B by 2020
NZ and Vietnam set ambitious $2.2B trade goal by 2020, after vibrant growth fuels leaders' confidence in bilateral ties.
PM Key says Indian FTA would reduce reliance on China
Prime Minister John Key says a free trade agreement with India would help New Zealand reduce its dependence on the Chinese market, which is the countr.
PM Key sees inflation heading lower, cuts RBNZ slack for now
PM Key predicts further inflation dip and suggests prolonged low interest rates, as RBNZ mulls rate cut amid house pricing pressures.
Green Party calls out prime minister on Pacific Island spying
The Green Party demands an explanation from New Zealand Prime Minister John Key over illegal spying on citizens of Cook Islands and Niue.
Govt resisting pressure to inject more cash into Solid Energy
NZ Prime Minister John Key says fresh capital injection into troubled state-owned coal miner, Solid Energy, not preferred option.
MARKET CLOSE: NZ shares rise; SkyCity gains on Key's hint of convention funding
New Zealand shares rose, paced by Sky City Entertainment Group after Prime Minister John Key said he wouldn't rule out government funding to help i.
National 'won't walk away' from SkyCity convention centre deal, says Little
The government will do whatever it can to ensure the Auckland convention centre is built under a deal with SkyCity Entertainment Group, said Labour.
TPP talks could be wrapped up in first-half of 2015, Key says
Prime Minister John Key says the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations could be wrapped up in the next six months and put in front of the various.
NZ PM Key to outline social housing programme in first major speech of 2015
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key will tomorrow outline his government's plans to overhaul social housing, including the sale of government-owned.
Doors open for channel as NZTech pushes national tech strategy
NZTech aims to boost NZ's tech standing with a national strategy, inviting the reseller channel to join the transformative journey.
Greens call for opposition involvement in hiring of new GCSB director
Greens demand cross-party say in new GCSB chief's hiring to ensure political neutrality, amid criticisms of the current system.
Labour calls out John Key over phone and internet price hikes
Labour ICT spokesperson Clare Curran says John Key can’t duck the blame for internet and phone price increases.
Ricoh invests in sustainable workplace to drive efficiencies
Ricoh opens sustainable Auckland headquarters with 5 Star Green rating, aiming to provide a healthy work environment for staff.
Spark forges deeper links with Huawei to piggyback on Chinese R&D
Spark New Zealand has got closer to Chinese telecommunications vendor Huawei Technologies in an expanded deal to accelerate the roll-out of mobile.
Spark and Huawei sign understanding to expand mobile coverage
Spark and Huawei reaffirmed their commitment to bring the latest technology to New Zealand consumers by expanding the existing Joint Innovation Programme.
CodeBlue pilots free data resiliency audit service
CodeBlue offers no-cost data resilience audits to assist Auckland companies and organizations affected by recent power outages.