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  • The battle against online child abuse

    He is probably Pākehā and in a relationship. He is most likely university educated, with a higher than average IQ....

  • DIGI-CRUNCH TIME

    It didn’t take long for the bottom to fall out of millions of crypto-maniacs’ digital wallets last month. It wasn’t a slow slide — more like a 48-hour collapse followed by a rapid plunge to the bottom of the metaverse....

  • Richlister slams bureaucrats in MIQ legal challenge

    A richlister who wants an exemption to travel by private jet to the United States for a business meeting then self-isolate at this gated home on his return has been told he’s more likely to catch Covid-19 on the trip than during a mandatory 14-day stint in MIQ....

  • Building trust through strategic ESG

    Building trust and being transparent is increasingly fundamental to success in a changing world. Businesses are now expected to provide greater visibility of a broad range of non-financial metrics that drive better social and environmental outcomes....

  • Refund claims spur class action against ANZ and ASB bank

    Amultimillion-dollar class action lawsuit has been launched against the ANZ and ASB banks over claims they failed to fully refund around 150,000 customers for fees and interest earned on loans in which there were disclosure breaches....

  • ‘Safety and fairness’ concern in trans issue

    National Party MPs have accepted a petition challenging guidelines on transgender people in sport....

  • Roe v Wade latest shock to grasp

    People aren’t used to radical actions and sharp shocks, even if the warnings were well signposted....

  • Class action vs Dilworth dropped

    Aclass action taken by men who suffered historical abuse at one of the nation’s wealthiest schools has been dropped by lawyers who say court battles can be expensive and lengthy, especially against “deep-pocketed defendants” like Dilworth....

  • Roe v Wade delivers hornet’s nest

    The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the Roe v Wade decision on abortion rights for women in the US has handed Christopher Luxon his first real test in managing the broad church that is his caucus....

  • School says students’ gender identity must align with biological sex

    A leaked document reveals a Bay of Plenty Christian high school will use biological pronouns for students and needs to approve that a name “aligns with [a student’s] biological sex”....

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