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  •   Home > News > Business

    New Zealand could be a step further to becoming a major player on the world's tech stage

    New Zealand could be a step further to becoming a major player on the world's tech stage


    Amazon Web Services is planning to establish a cloud hub in Auckland -- which could create a thousand jobs, and add 10.8-billion-dollars to our GDP over the next 15 years.

    Tech commentator Paul Brislen says there was once a time when all of our data was stored offshore.

    He says having it here means being able to access the services quicker and retaining ownership of the data in New Zealand.

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    Business:
    Christchurch Police are responding after reports someone allegedly presented a firearm at a commercial address on Linwood Avenue earlier this evening 21:54

    Entertainment:
    J Balvin has apologised for his 'Perra' music video 21:50

    Entertainment:
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    Law and Order:
    Christchurch has three more locations of interest 21:14

    Entertainment:
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    Entertainment:
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    Entertainment:
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    Entertainment:
    Katy Perry says being a mother is similar to being a pop star 19:20

    Motoring:
    A two-day standoff between a Hikoi and Police at Auckland's Covid-19 border is boiling over 18:54


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