NEW ZEALAND JUDGE ONGLEY TO HEAD INTERNET COMMISSION IN NIUE

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand (November 2, 2001 – Radio Australia)---New Zealand judge David Ongley will head a commission of inquiry into Internet and e-mail services on Niue.

He will be assisted by lawyer Forrest Miller.

Both are based in Wellington.

The commission was scheduled to begin its work in October but the Niue government delayed the hearing until later this year.

The sole manager of Niue's Internet service is the Internet Users Society -Niue, which provides free e-mail and Internet services to government departments and residents with computers on Niue.

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