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It made more than $1 million profit in New Zealand in 2015 and paid just $43,000 in tax.
We mostly wanted to find out if we'd won Lotto, however.
It will be used by Algeria for a range of services like TV and internet.
Art fans can now get their hands on amazingly accurate copies that cost less than a dollar to produce.
Known as the 'little ripper', it's an advanced drone, programmed to spot sharks and warn swimmers.
"They don’t see it as a particularly great way to get to know people."
The research is the first representative survey into teenage "sexting" behaviour in New Zealand.
The free app is aimed at kids under 13, who can't yet have their own accounts under Facebook's rules.
The flexible screens are expected to be used in mobile phones and other products.
Experts say prizes for sale in games risk instilling dangerous gambling habits in kids.
The Tesla made facility has the capacity to power 30,000 homes for up to an hour in the event of a severe blackout.
Girls were sent nudes more but also "curated" identities more through social media.
The digital currency has surged in value more than 1000 per cent since the beginning of 2017.
Imagine having a flying robot to protect your home or business.
The message overrides mobile settings, depending on the phone.
People can expect to hear a loud, penetrating sound, and a notification will display.
Amnesty International says the fall out is a serious issue.
The poor security could allow opportunities for privacy invasions.
Senior Lecturer Heather Dill said "the students want access to the specialists."
Electric vehicles grabbed the attention of a 30,000 strong crowd at Auckland's ASB Showgrounds.
The test is set to take place between 6pm and 7pm on Sunday 26th.
Re:scam starts conversations with the scammer, delaying them moving on to another mark.
Netsafe's Martin Cocker thought the tool will "absolutely" come to New Zealand.
Torpedo7 think they're onto a world-wide winner with the new invention.
MBEI says its highly likely to be a classic phishing scam.
The pair have created hugely popular online tools to help people.
Aibo can recognise your face, give you high fives, chase a ball and even learn new tricks.
One Christchurch school, with the help of Samsung, has helped bridge the autism gap in the classroom.
The technology allows those with Apple devices to stream directly to their implant.
Thirty per cent of respondents think peer pressure behaviour is involved.
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Toni is off to spend more time with her family and Mike says they should end together.
The pair made the announcement on air tonight during the penultimate show of 2017.
Was Grant Robertson's mini budget a triumph or did it simply fail to deliver?
The most formidable slips to the north of Kaikoura are now cleared, and the road repaired.
Jenny Hale said it’s important to listen to what children would like under the tree, whether possible or not.
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