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Commission abandons plan for market power guidelines

Commission abandons plan for market power guidelines
Wellington, Oct 18 NZPA - The Commerce Commission is no longer developing enforcement guidelines on misuse of market power.

Regulator appeal rejected on Telecom 0867 package

Wellington, Sept 1 NZPA - The Supreme Court has unanimously rejected a Commerce Commission appeal over Telecom's introduction of the 0867 dial-up prefix in 1999.

Auckland Airport welcomes Supreme Court decision

Auckland Airport welcomes Supreme Court decision
Wellington, June 9 NZPA - Auckland International Airport Ltd has welcomed a decision by the Supreme Court to dismiss a Craigie Trust application for leave to appeal an earlier ruling by the Court of Appeal.

New Supreme Court judge appointed

New Supreme Court judge appointed
Wellington, June 9 NZPA - The President of the Court of Appeal, Sir William Young, has been appointed a judge of the Supreme Court. The new Court of Appeal president will be Mark O'Regan. Attorney-General Chris Finlayson announced the appointments today.

Panel to investigate Supreme Court Justice Wilson

Panel to investigate Supreme Court Justice Wilson
Wellington, May 31 NZPA - A judicial conduct panel will investigate Supreme Court Justice Bill Wilson over an alleged conflict of interest, acting Attorney-General Judith Collins said today.

Finlayson's handling of Justice Wilson case fine -- PM

Finlayson's handling of Justice Wilson case fine -- PM
Wellington, May 24 NZPA - Attorney-General Chris Finlayson has handled a conflict of interest case against a Supreme Court judge properly, Prime Minister John Key says.

New Zealand sharemarket eases slightly, volatile week ends

New Zealand sharemarket eases slightly, volatile week ends
Wellington, May 14 NZPA - The New Zealand sharemarket closed lower on a day in which other markets were even weaker as investors beaten up by recent market volatility remained cautious.

Judges register of pecuniary interests needed - Greens

Judges register of pecuniary interests needed - Greens
Wellington, May 5 NZPA - The Green Party is calling for a pecuniary interest register for judges following the announcement that the Judicial Conduct Commission was assessing complaints of judicial misconduct against Supreme Court judge Justice Bill Wilson.

Dunne opposes sentencing and parole bill

Dunne opposes sentencing and parole bill
Wellington, May 4 NZPA - UnitedFuture leader Peter Dunne opposed the Sentencing and Parole Reform Bill when it passed its second reading in Parliament today.

Court decision seen limiting regulator

Wellington, April 20 NZPA - A Supreme Court decision on Commerce Commission action against an Australian businessman is seen as limiting the ability of the commission to bring proceedings against foreign people and corporations in some instances.

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