New Zealand Prime Minister John Key ordered an investigation into allegations that its intelligence agency used illegal means to spy on file-sharing tycoon Kim Dotcom, leading [...]
A New Zealand judge ruled that the FBI must release evidence pertaining to charges of copyright breaches and Internet piracy against Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom.
Falun Gong practitioners and supporters gathered in Queen Elizabeth Square on July 20 for a rally and photo exhibition that condemns the persecution of Falun Gong in China.
Twenty-eight gold miners in New Zealand were rescued after they were trapped underground following a fire in the mine.
Practitioners from Auckland and other regions of New Zealand gathered together at Elizabeth Square in the downtown central business and shopping district.
New Zealand is one of many countries upon whom China’s entrepreneurs have cast their eyes for opportunities to buy farmland.
Extraordinary legislation will put household and industrial power consumers into a single category, says analyst.
Since September 2004, Jia Qinglin has been sued in Austria, Spain, and Holland for his crimes of genocide and torture, and crimes against humanity in the CCP’s persecution [...]
Environmental, social and political issues are depicted in works by some of New Zealand’s top artists.
The integrity of the Observer Monitoring Programme on foreign charter fishing vessels operating in New Zealand waters must be kept as a core function of Government, say [...]