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Bulletin is the Commission's bi-monthly stakeholder newsletter.
Our newsletter covers a mix of regulation, competition and consumer issues, and provides general updates on our work.
Over the past 2 years we have been aware that a number of lines companies have changed or introduced new health and safety policies around how they undertake maintenance and repairs on their networks – specifically around live lines.
The Commission is taking its first High Court proceedings seeking declarations that contracts contained unfair terms.
The Commission is urging cartel whistleblowers to come forward by using a new anonymous online tool, which enables people to report cartels without being identified.
The Government’s legislative agenda this year features a number of proposed changes that directly impact on our role going forward.
The Commission’s online lending video advertisement has scored remarkable viewing numbers, with nearly 250,000 views and counting.
Welcome to this edition of Bulletin.
More than 300 lender representatives and interested parties attended the Commission’s lender seminars in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch in June.
Our campaign to find 3,000 volunteers to be part of Measuring Broadband New Zealand is going well, with the first batch of Whiteboxes about to be shipped out to volunteers.
The Commission has had another busy year investigating mergers. Many mergers bring benefits to the economy and we cleared a number of them over the past year.
On Wednesday 2 May, the Commission’s Fibre Regulation and wider Telecommunications team held a stakeholder workshop on our approach to future fibre regulation.