Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has been granted leave to appeal his case against the Crown in the Supreme Court.
US attorney-general Eric Holder is refusing to be drawn into the public scrap surrounding the Megaupload case.
The GCSB continued to illegally spy on internet mogul Kim Dotcom after his arrest, according to a new White Paper written by his legal team.
John Banks has appeared in court over his failure to properly report donations to his mayoral campaign.
Lawyers for Kim Dotcom have called the copyright infringement charges against him in the United States a "contract prosecution".
Patrick Gower says Mr Horomia's role as chief of the Maori caucus within Labour is likely to be picked up by Shane Jones.
Facing extradition from New Zealand, Kim Dotcom says "the big bombshells are still to come".
While 48 percent of voters say Dotcom should stay, almost as many – 42 percent – say he should go.
ACT Party leader John Banks will likely appear in court over reporting donations from Kim Dotcom and SkyCity as anonymous.
Kim Dotcom's lawyer says the denial of access to his client's seized data has left him defenseless to fight extradition
The Crown says Kim Dotcom does not need extra compensation over the search and seizure of items from his Auckland home last year
John Key has revealed why he wants to rewrite our spy laws to make it legal for the GCSB to snoop on New Zealanders.
Lawyers for Kim Dotcom and Crown lawyers have decided to separate claims for compensation from a judicial review.
Megaupload boss Kim Dotcom will return to the High Court in Auckland today to seek compensation from police for the illegal raid on his rural mansion.
The Prime Minister has made yet another admission in the Kim Dotcom case.
An inquiry report on the GCSB recommends a major overhaul of the spy agency, Prime Minister John Key says.
Today, for the first time, John Key revealed that he has been a long-time acquaintance of the head of the GCSB.
Police have interviewed GCSB staff over a Green Party complaint the agency breached the Crimes Act.
3 News political editor Patrick Gower looks at the week in politics - Novopay, the GCSB, David Shearer and the Maori Party.
Kim Dotcom – everybody now knows the spying on him was illegal. But the question for the spies and police is: who knew what, and when?
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