New Privacy Laws to protect personal information in force now

Image from Privacy Commissioner website Businesses, sports and other organisations functioning in New Zealand will be required to comply with a wide range of Privacy Laws that have come into force effective today, December 1, 2020. According to Privacy Commissioner John Edwards that everyone holding or processing personal information of people must ensure their privacy and safety and that breaches…

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Keep Calm and Stick to the Fundamentals

Housing affordability and the rapidly escalating property prices are issues that are being constantly highlighted, analysed and discussed across all media over the last couple of months. Almost every other day we keep coming across reports of new price records being set for properties, especially those with “development potential”. Even properties in fringe suburbs which were considered reasonably affordable six…

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Islamic Women’s Council wants Coroner’s Inquest

Karoline Tuckey Wellington, November 30, 2020 A Coroner’s inquest into the Christchurch mosque attacks is needed to deliver sorely needed public accountability, the Islamic Women’s Council (IWC) has said. The final Report from a long Royal Commission of Inquiry into the events leading up to the March 15,  2019 murder of 51 people by convicted terrorist Brenton Harrison Tarrant was delivered to government…

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