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Coffee Club announces $1m sales weeks

The Coffee Club New Zealand, one of the countries largest and most successful cafe brands, has announced that the business reached its first $1 million week in December, quickly followed by two more record-breaking weeks before the end of the month.

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Growing a sustainable local creative sector – National

A re-elected National government will let our internationally-successful creative sector grow and become more sustainable by promoting New Zealand content and intellectual property, and by making arts, heritage and broadcasting accessible to communities across the country.


Winners of Smart Money Digital Story Comp announced

Winners of the inaugural Smart Money Digital Story Competition have been announced to coincide with New Zealand’s second Money Week.

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Agricultural deals with China worry Labour

Labour says little is known about agricultural cooperation agreements signed with China and New Zealand's intellectual property could be at risk.

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Mega 101: everything you need to know

Kim Dotcom, the man behind the file-sharing site Megaupload, launched a new site called Mega Sunday in New Zealand, which allows users to upload up to 50 gigabytes worth of files and store them — and share them with other users. 

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MegaUpload rises from the dead as Mega

Working from his safe haven in New Zealand, Kim DotCom announces a new file-sharing service called Mega, which will be similar to MegaUpload but with a twist. Originally posted at News – Internet & Media

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Trademark action will shape NZ law

Trademark lawyers are gearing up for one of New Zealand's most significant trademark stoushes – over humble insulation material.

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