Migrant worker fighting for life with multiorgan failure

Migrant worker fighting for life with multiorgan failure

Appeal for donation at Givealittle Venkat Raman, Auckland, May 29, 2019 A migrant worker has suddenly taken ill and is fighting for life at the Cardio-Thoracic and Vascular Intensive Care Unit at Auckland City Hospital, where he was admitted on Friday, May 25, 2019. Twenty-Six year old Akhilesh Prakash Kadam is reported to have suddenly developed respiratory problem which required…

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Hack claim raises stakes for National and Treasury

Hack claim raises stakes for National and Treasury

Sam Sachdeva Wellington, May 29, 2019 National’s release of Budget 2019 data was not as devastating to the Government as the Party claimed – but Treasury alleging a deliberate hack of its systems has dramatically increased the stakes for both sides. If Budget Day truly is Christmas for political trainspotters, is National the grinch that stole confidential information? The Party’s slow…

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Treasury breach appropriate says Simon Bridges

Treasury breach appropriate says Simon Bridges

RNZ Wellington, May 29, 2019 National Party Leader Simon Bridges has said that his Party has not been involved in any computer hacking and the government is “lashing out in a witch hunt.” The National Party yesterday released what it said were “key details” of the government’s Wellbeing Budget, due tomorrow. Then yesterday evening, Treasury announced it had been “deliberately and systematically hacked” and…

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