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Waitangi Tribunal declines urgent hearing on Radio Spectrum and Telecommunications Urgent Claim

An urgent hearing on remedies was filed with the Waitangi Tribunal concerning the Crown’s proposed auction of management rights to the 700 MHz radio spectrum…

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