A former husband and wife who owned multi-million dollar properties in Auckland, Sydney and Europe are fighting over the split of their assets. The pair, who separated in 2012 after more than two decades...
Sky Television says it isn't ruling out further legal action against Fairfax after it failed to get a High Court injunction against the media company over its use of Olympic video. - New Zealand Herald
By Hamish Fletcher An Auckland District Court judge has lost a legal battle with his ex-wife over the division of their assets - and failed in his bid to keep the fight secret. Robert Graeme Ronayne and Cameron Anne Coombes were married for almost 25 years and had two children together in the early 1990s before separating in 2009.
Sky Television has lost its bid to get a High Court injunction against Fairfax over the media company's use of Olympic video. Justice John Fogarty, after a two day hearing, released his decision in person...
A High Court judge will release his decision this afternoon on Sky Television's injunction bid against Fairfax over the media company's use of Olympic video clips. Court staff have told the Herald that...
Fairfax has questioned if Sky Television has the legal grounds to bring an injunction against it over the use of Olympic Games video. Fairfax Queen's Counsel David Goddard told the High Court at Auckland...
Fairfax wants to take the dispute over its use of Sky Television's Olympic footage to a full trial, its Queen's Counsel has told the High Court this morning. Fairfax is opposing Sky's attempt to get...
An Auckland International Airport worker who admitted fraud charges after transferring $1.8 million of the company's money into her own account has sold her house to pay back her former - New Zealand Herald
Sky Television says Fairfax's use of Olympic Games video clips directly competes with its own broadcasts and it wants an injunction against the media company to ensure its copyright - New Zealand Herald
Mercury Energy is attempting to get hold of the assets of its jailed former engineer and his estranged wife. Police have also filed an application with the High Court for Paul and Jane Rose's assets...
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