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The top three tips for warding off cyber attacks
Cyber crime is continuing to rise. Last year, the government received 5712 reports of cyber incidents which cost mostly small businesses $14.2 million. NZ Tech chief Graeme Muller offers the top three tips for people to ward off cyber attacks.
Director Samantha Stark on 'Framing Britney Spears'
Britney Spears remains stuck in a court-sanctioned conservatorship, unable to control her fortune. The New York Times documentary, Framing Britney Spears follows the pop star's court battle with her father for control of her estate.
James Goodman: 'Trump is simply too lazy to run again'
He's sitting third in the odds to win the 2024 U.S. election, but James Goodman, distinguished professor of history at Rutgers University, says there's little to no chance of Donald Trump running again. Why? Because he is too lazy.
Peter Lester on the Prada Cup Final
The Prada Cup final series kicked back into action yesterday, with Luna Rossa needing only three more victories over Ineos Team UK to advance to the America's Cup final. Commentator Peter Lester looks at today's racing.
Questions remain over NZ visa application centre in Beijing
Canada's Globe and Mail reported this week that the Beijing visa application centre used by New Zealand has close links to Chinese security police. Asia correspondent Nathan VanderKlippe was part of the team that broke the story.
Earth 2: The online game that's got teens buying 'property'
A new augmented reality and VR game is testing the boundaries of cryptocurrencies and property ownership. Earth 2 is a virtual version of earth, split into 5.1 trillion land 'tiles' Sunday Morning's tech correspondent Helen Baxter explains.