August 7, 2021
Larry Page, Google’s co-founder and one of the world’s richest men, has been granted New Zealand residency under a category for wealthy investors.
Applicants are required to invest at least NZ$10m ($7m, £5m) in New Zealand over three years.
Mr Page entered New Zealand in January, when its borders were still closed because of Covid-19.
But the government said he was allowed in because of a medical emergency application involving his son.