Chris Keall

Chris Keall


Technology Editor/Senior Business Writer, NZ Herald

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GM's decision to abandon the manufacture of right-hand-drive vehicles means curtains for Holden. But Motor Industry Association new vehicle registration figures show it still had a fair whack of the NZ market last year

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A lobbying firm run by a New Zealand First Foundation trustee pushed for a law change on behalf of a property development company, which then donated tens of thousands of dollars to the foundation

Constant tantalising hints of rain that never arrives

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Legal tech start-up closes $3.65m capital raising #HeraldPremium 

Uber staged an Auckland launch event for its Jump e-bikes this morning ahead of their availablity through its app from tomorrow. One change since this December preview graphic - 38c/minute, not 30c

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The splendidly-named Jeremy Lightfoot has been named the new head of the Department of Corrections

The usual channel-stuffing before the Chinese New Year has insulated us, to a degree, from #Convid19  related tech delays - but now Apple is warning the virus outbreak will cause it to miss its revenue forecast this quarter

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Major Kiwi companies set to pull ads from Facebook and Google

“This isn't a referendum on whether Kiwis should smoke weed. This is a referendum about whether we're happy to go on pretending it's not happening, or whether we admit, yes, it's happening, and we put some rules around it.”

Westpac's chief economist says a capital gains tax would lead to higher living standards

Unfortunately the working title - “A line in the sand” - did not make it to print

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Labour has had more positive coverage in the past half hour than the past 12 months

@nzherald  journo too shy to put their name to this shit

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As a New Zealander in Australia who has broken the law, will Barnaby Joyce get sent to one of those internment camps then deported?

EC targets: by 8:30pm all advance vote results by 10:00pm results from 50% of voting places by 11:30pm results from 100% of voting places

NZ can't be smug. We let our largest co. (Fonterra) out of Kyoto protocol & backed the (successful) push to make Paris accords non-binding

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