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India FTA a priority for NZ: Key

nzherald.co.nz — John Key says a free trade agreement with India is a priority for the Government and that he pushed pretty hard on the deal when meeting with President Pranab Mukherjee in Auckland - New Zealand Herald

Deal opens passage for flights to India

nzherald.co.nz — A new deal between New Zealand and India opens the door for a direct flight between the two countries. The air services agreement, signed in Auckland today, should also boost tourism and trade between New Zealand and world's second most populated nation, says Transport Minister Simon Bridges.

May Wang found guilty of fraud

nzherald.co.nz — Failed Crafar farms bidder May Wang has been found guilty of fraud charges in Hong Kong over attempts to buy the North Island properties. Wang, 53, and her two co-accused were convicted by a jury on...

May Wang found guilty of fraud charges

nzherald.co.nz — Failed Crafar farms bidder May Wang has been found guilty of fraud charges in Hong Kong over attempts to buy the North Island properties. Wang, 53, and her two co-accused were convicted by a jury on...

Business Insider: Biting the hand - satire or insanity?

nzherald.co.nz — If biting the hand that feeds is irrational, then biting the hand that can hit back must rate as insanity. Business Insider mused on this when coming across an advance copy of Waterstone Insolvency's newsletter, Waterline.

FMA fraudster analyst sent to jail

nzherald.co.nz — A former Financial Markets Authority analyst who falsified his CV to get that job and ripped off investors has been sentenced to four and a half years in jail. Benjamin Anthony Kiro will serve at least...

Double-booked top lawyer won't stop defamation lawsuit

nzherald.co.nz — A top lawyer being double-booked isn't enough for Callaghan Innovation to put off a defamation and breach of contract lawsuit brought against it by Trends Publishing International. - New Zealand Herald

Yan bid for Supreme Court denied

nzherald.co.nz — New Zealand businessman William Yan has been refused the chance to go to the Supreme Court over whether the police should be liable for losses incurred from the seizure of his assets - New Zealand Herald

Struck-off lawyer faces dishonesty charges

nzherald.co.nz — A struck-off lawyer is facing dishonesty charges in a Serious Fraud Office prosecution. Edward Errol Johnston, according to the SFO, appeared in the Auckland District Court today facing three charges alleging he dishonestly used a document. The 59-year-old, who was discharged from bankruptcy last month, was struck off the roll of barristers and solicitors in 2013 after admitting charges brought by the Law Society.

Business Insider: Car no bargain at $56,000, rules judge

nzherald.co.nz — A New Zealand motor racing enthusiast has been denied a High Court appeal against BMW, over the sale of a car which he says was the same as the vehicle that won a world motorsport championship. BMW Financial Services lent Michael Delmont a little over $150,000 in 2008 so he could buy a 2003-04 BMW 320i IE46 racing car made by the German company.
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Apr 27, 2016

"The community deserves to have a rest from people like you." Fraudster ex-FMA analyst given 4.5 years jail nzh.tw/11630057

Apr 26, 2016

William Yan (#5 on China extradition list) denied SC bid over police liability for loss from seizure of his assets. nzh.tw/11629083

Apr 26, 2016

From the Weekend: NZ forex firm Union Markets still owes customers US$15.8 million ($22.8 million). nzherald.co.nz/hamish-fletche…

Apr 17, 2016

RT @tmurphyNZ: Apologies for the language - but... What happens when you appear before a judge you called a c*** on Facebook? https://t.cothespinoff.co.nz/18-04-2016/tha…E4CGTcBIQq


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