Meta stepped in to note that the gunman sent one-to-one direct messages, not public posts, and that they weren’t discovered until "after the terrible tragedy."
Modern technology has allowed the hunt for riches to take off again.
The telco is now, "exploring what a modern phone booth might look like in New Zealand".
NFTs, blockchain and the metaverseare just a few words that have been thrown around in discussion of the next generation of the internet - Web 3.
Police say the scammers are based offshore and the likelihood of investors recovering their losses is low.
The high-profile libel trial between the wives of two football stars has concluded.
The man is accused of adding sexually explicit additions to photos of teenage girls from Marlborough.
Video shows a quarter-scale prototype floating and foiling - one of 25 expected to be operating here in 2025.
Elon Musk says his deal to buy Twitter can't move forward unless the company shows public proof that less than 5% of the accounts on the platform are fake or spam.
NFT expert and University of Auckland professor, Alex Sims, said the technology was not necessarily the problem, the people were.
With crime incidents on farms increasing, a two-year trial of the tool is underway in the Waimakariri and Hurunui Districts.
Two commentators explained what further price drops could mean on Q+A Sunday morning.
On Sunday, 14-year-old Alex Blong built a 25-metre train out of Lego, easily beating the current record.
The likes of Tinder and Spotify have seen their privacy policies balloon in length.
He said while the passes are no longer legal requirements for access, some businesses could choose to continue using it as a condition of entry.
Creators Kendall Bristow and Luke Sinclair built the first prototype in a "dingy little workshop", crafting it on a motorbike frame rescued from the local dump.
A Piha business owner's Instagram account was taken over by a relentless hacker who is now targeting the account's followers.
Bella's in charge of running food and Sione's main job is collecting the dishes - all in a day's work for Cobb & Co's two robotic staff members.
The data was taken in August last year and AA Traveller found out in March. Affected customers are being contacted this week.