15:28 A two-storey house has been badly damaged by a blaze in Penrose Street, Lower Hutt. Four fire crews were sent just before one o'clock.

15:27 Attorney General Christopher Finlayson says a manslaughter plea bargain from Moko's killers was the only way to ensure they ended up in jail.

14:46 A report into NZ's tax system concludes revelations in the Panama Papers have the potential to cause reputational damage to New Zealand.

14:45 53 year old alleged conman Paul Bennett has denied all 60 charges he faces, including fraud and theft totalling over half a million dollars.

13:31 A new study puts the number of alcohol-related cancer deaths in New Zealand at around five per week.

Sun, 19 Feb 2012

Mat Wylie previews EO (Entrepreneurs Organisation) University being held in Queenstown this week

The largest gathering of international entrepreneurs from more than 18 countries will take place in Queenstown this week as they gather for their annual university style event. It's the first time NZ has hosted the event and it's hoped it will act as a catalyst to grow EO (Entrepreneurs Organisation) in this country from its current base of 50 members. In this interview, organiser Mat Wylie explains more about EO and its objectives.

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