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The Commerce Commission is set for a shake-up with a new law that would give it new powers to protect consumers from anti-competitive practices, Thomas Coughlan reports.
A recall of 50,000 vehicles with faulty airbags has been ordered by the Government.
A new national agency with beefed-up powers should be set up to better handle New Zealand’s response to emergencies and natural disasters, a sweeping review of Civil Defence has recommended.
A review into Civil Defence’s structure and performance will be released in January, Civil Defence Minister Kris Faafoi has confirmed.
The long-awaited findings of a government review into Civil Defence may be released by Christmas, Civil Defence Minister Kris Faafoi says.
In today's email we detail the follow up to the leaking of Winston Peters' superannuation information.
With record numbers of international visitors arriving, the calls are getting louder for them to pay for the strain on infrastructure. But with tourism now New Zealand’s main industry, should we take the risk? Shane Cowlishaw reports.