Kim Dotcom

Red faces after Dotcom evidence taken to US

The Government's lawyers have been ordered to explain how the FBI left the country with evidence in the Kim Dotcom case meant to be kept in "secure custody'' by New Zealand police.

Banks asked Dotcom for donation

Banks asked Dotcom for donation

Kim Dotcom's head of security told his boss that John Banks asked for a political donation and said he would be a "very good friend'' once he was back in Parliament, according to an email.

Transparency in local body elections

The decision this week of Local Government Minister David Carter to request advice from officials on funding rules for local body elections is welcome.

Phone records being withheld

Phone records covering the month in which Act New Zealand leader John Banks visited internet tycoon Kim Dotcom are being withheld for police inspection.

Banks under fire over Dotcom donation

Banks under fire over Dotcom donation

Labour says Prime Minister John Key should stand Act Party leader John Banks down from his ministerial portfolios while allegations that he didn't properly disclose donations from Kim Dotcom are investigated.

Banks sought split donation: Dotcom

Act New Zealand leader John Banks asked for a $50,000 political donation to be split into two parts so it could be made anonymously, says Kim Dotcom and one other witness.

Dotcom set to fight for online access

Internet tycoon Kim Dotcom is going back to court in a bid for access to the internet.

$60,000 a month for Dotcom to live on

Megaupload millionaire Kim Dotcom and his family have been granted a $60,000 a month living allowance.

Judge rules against Dotcom restraining order

Internet tycoon Kim Dotcom's cash, cars and property were seized using a court order which should never have been granted.

Dotcom ultimatum to NZ immigration revealed

Dotcom ultimatum to NZ immigration revealed

Kim Dotcom was described as a billionaire and threatened to withdraw his application to live in New Zealand unless immigration officials met his deadline, according to documents released yesterday.

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