Category: Industry News

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Jan2017
Rotorua police are keen to hear from anyone with information about a recent early morning motorcycle shop burglary. Patterson O'Connor Motorcycles, on White St, was broken into around 1.15am on Sunday by at least two offenders. The thieves took a significant amount of motorcycle riding clothing before leaving in a medium-sized white ... Read More
January 11, 2017Kirsty
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Jan2017
Police have been called to Hawke's Bay Regional Prison following a bomb threat. A police spokesman said they received the call about 9.30am. The spokesman did not disclose the nature of the threat, only saying it was related to a bomb scare. Another police spokeswoman said an "item of concern" had been found in the prison.  ... Read More
January 11, 2017Kirsty
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Jan2017
Media coverage of cybersecurity usually focuses on mega data breaches (i.e. Yahoo) and large-scale attacks such as the Dyn DDoS attacks, which could be why we have seen more and more companies prepare for these incidents. According to the Ponemon Institute, 86 percent of companies now have ... Read More
January 11, 2017Kirsty
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Jan2017
The shops are super busy and, depending on which hemisphere you live in, it’s either time to turn on the central heating or break out the shorts and shades. But it’s also time to look ahead to 2017 and wonder what it might have in store for us. On a global level ... Read More
January 11, 2017Kirsty
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Jan2017
A security expert is calling for more scrutiny of foreign students coming here to study. It follows the gunning down of a former New Zealand student by police in Saudi Arabia. They say Taie bin Salem bin Yaslam al-Saya'ari planned an attack last year at one of Islam's holiest sites. After the shoot-out ... Read More
January 11, 2017Kirsty
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Sep2016
Rotorua security guard Rangi Hurihanganui had two paths - life as a gang member or one in a good career helping people. Today he holds the country's top award in the security industry. He speaks with journalist Kelly Makiha about how he hopes his story will help others. When Rangi Hurihanganui ... Read More
September 6, 2016Kirsty
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Jul2016
Built by South Korean firm Hyundai Heavy Industries, the new tanker is expected to be delivered in 2020 at a cost of $493 million. The vessel will replace the 30-year-old tanker HMNZS Endeavour, which currently provides fuel to Royal New Zealand Navy and partner nations’ ships and and supplies fuel and ... Read More
July 19, 2016NZSA
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May2016
Prime Minister John Key has unveiled plans to spend $22.2m from this month's Budget on a unit to battle cybercrime and online espionage. Known as the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT), the unit will "enable a significant advancement in the country's cyber security infrastructure", said Communications Minister Amy Adams today. News of ... Read More
May 5, 2016NZSA
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May2016
Four people have had to be rescued from cars trapped by flooding in Porirua this morning. Rain is easing in the region, and all roads that were closed have re-opened, but there is still surface flooding in some parts of the ... Read More
May 5, 2016NZSA
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Apr2016
Police Minister Judith Collins and the police have spoken out against claims that community stations in Auckland and the rest of the country will close, saying that is incorrect. NZME had reported that sources within NZ Police had claimed there are plans for the 16 to at least temporarily shut their doors and that some may ... Read More
April 22, 2016NZSA