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If you see a serious crime, you should report it, right?
Especially if you're a public servant. You'd think so, but it appears the nation's spies are exempt.
The Inspector-General for Intelligence… Audio
Over the next three years, the budget funding will help hospitals and primary and community health organisations improve their cybersecurity.
Welsh IT worker James Howells has spent the last eight years asking the Newport City Council for permission to search its landfill after claiming he unintentionally dumped 7,500 units of the… Audio
A man scammed by a fake overseas investment company has lost $700,000.
He only realised he was being scammed when his family became involved.
Here's our business reporter Anan Zaki. Audio
If you've recently been financially stung by a malware attack, phishing scam or having your credit details stolen, you're not alone.
According to the latest CERT NZ quarterly survey, New Zealanders… Audio
A new "anti-troll" law in Australia will hold social media platforms liable for hurtful comments on their websites. The law will define the social media companies like Facebook and Instagram as the… Audio
MPs can now request a security upgrade of their Wellington homes following growing threats from anti-vax protestors.
The step-up from Parliamentary Security comes after Labour's chief whip Kieran… Audio
It's emerging that an explosion outside Liverpool Women's Hospital that destroyed a taxi and killed its passenger could have been much worse.
Britain's terrorism threat level has been lifted to… Audio
The Waikato District Health Board was told its IT security was inadequate and severely compromised just months before a massive ransomware attack that brought Waikato Hospital to its knees.
Te Tai Tokerau still has to get 16,000 people vaccinated with their first Pfizer shot to hit the 90 percent goal - that's more than any other region in the country. One in five people are still… Audio
About 1000 people with Covid-19 have been assessed to find out if they will isolate at home or be moved to quarantine.
Those on the frontline say the health system is showing the strain, as the… Audio
A loose border is isolating the uppermost tip of the North Island, which is now in Alert Level 3.
The government shifted part of the Far North into the tighter restrictions after two cases in the… Audio
A Far North pub named as a location of interest got cracking and did all the right things, when the story went around that a punter with Covid-19 had been in the bar.
Awanui Hotel publican Eddie… Audio
Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says they are still waiting on geonomic testing from the positive cases in Taipa.
He told Morning Report contact tracers are exploring any possible links… Audio
People in the Far North are waking up to increased Covid-19 restrictions.
The emergence of two unlinked cases in the township of Taipa has prompted a snap shift in upper Northland from level 2 to… Audio
The Far North is now in alert level 3 lockdown after a two unlinked cases in the township of Taipa north of Kerkeri prompted a snap shift in alert levels last night.
A makeshift border is no in place… Audio
There is now a makeshift border… Audio
As of last night, two people with Covid-19 were on the run in Auckland after having escaped from the Jet Park Hotel quarantine facility.
A third person, who was isolating at home, was also reported… Audio
ACC is commissioning an independent review into privacy and claimant data sharing practices in the organisation.
This decision by the Board of ACC is in response to an RNZ investigation which… Audio
A group of ACC call centre workers shared details, and made fun of, people's injuries in a private Snapchat group called 'ACC Whores'.
One of the posts shared among more than a dozen employees… Audio