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1. Equal pay win in Court of Appeal

28 October 2014 10:46am | New Zealand Council of Trade Unions

Today the Court of Appeal has made a historic decision paving the way for a substantial equal pay claim for aged care workers. .. More >>

2. Terranova Homes & Care v SFWU - appeal dismissed

28 October 2014 10:32am | NZ Court of Appeal

This summary is provided to assist in the understanding of the Court's judgment. It does not comprise part of the reasons for that judgment. The full judgment with reasons is the only authoritative document. The full text of the judgment and reasons ..... More >>

3. Health professionals call to give trade deal a health check

28 October 2014 11:58am | Joint Press Release

Health professionals say a comprehensive health impact assessment of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement must be carried out to protect the health of New Zealanders. .. More >>

4. Questions For Oral Answer October 28

28 October 2014 11:36am | Office of the Clerk

1. Dr RUSSEL NORMAN to the Prime Minister: Did he tell Cameron Slater that he recognised the mother of a car crash victim - a young man described by Mr Slater as "a feral" - from his Pike River meetings? .. More >>

5. Does Judith Collins have a get out of jail card?

28 October 2014 4:53pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Former justice minister Judith Collins appears to have been gifted a get out of jail free card based on the Prime Minister's answers in Parliament today, Labour's Acting Deputy Leader Annette King says... More >>

6. Silver Fern Farms Confirms Positive 2014

28 October 2014 10:18am | Silver Fern Farms

October 28: Silver Fern Farms Chairman Rob Hewett says Silver Fern Farms is on track to deliver a significantly improved profit for the 2014 year following a strategic review of the business and a focus on debt reduction... More >>

7. Government Plans For Tertiary Education

26 October 2014 12:23pm | TVNZ

Tertiary Education Minister Steven Joyce told TV One's Q+A programme that he wants more NZ universities to expand overseas to boost their income. "More international income, that's right because some of it can be done offshore. The Australians are ..... More >>

8. Govt strains to get tea break law through

24 October 2014 9:56am | New Zealand Labour Party

The Government has been left with egg on its face - failing to get its much-vaunted, but hugely unpopular, meal break law passed in the first week of its new term, Labour spokesperson on Labour Issues Andrew Little says... More >>

9. TerraNova's loss highlights issues faced by aged care sector

28 October 2014 1:10pm | Aged Care Association

Today TerraNova Homes and Care Limited lost their case in the Court of Appeal. This was an attempt to overturn the Employment Court's decision made in favour of the Service and Food Workers Union and aged care worker Kristine Bartlett, with regards ..... More >>

10. TerraNova decision another nail in the coffin for pay gap

28 October 2014 11:05am | Public Service Association

The Public Service Association (PSA) has welcomed the Court of Appeal's decision to dismiss the appeal from TerraNova Homes and Care, which brings New Zealand one step closer to genuine pay equity for women... More >>

11. Goodhew: Charities Annual Meeting

28 October 2014 9:33am | New Zealand Government

I am delighted to have been reappointed as Minister for the Community and Voluntary Sector, to have the chance to once again address you and I am looking forward to continuing the partnership between Government and your sector over the next three ..... More >>

12. Porirua's canopies coming down

28 October 2014 8:05pm | Porirua City Council

The Council is talking to affected businesses this week about when the canopies are coming down. The canopies were erected almost 20 years ago and are now being removed for safety reasons. After receiving expert consultant advice the Council ..... More >>

13. iPredict Ltd New Zealand Weekly Economic & Political Update

28 October 2014 1:02pm | iPredict

Grant Robertson has made gains this week but Andrew Little remains strongly favoured to be the next leader of the Labour Party , according to the combined wisdom of the 8000+ registered traders on New Zealand's predictions market, iPredict. There is ..... More >>

14. Legal victory a boost for all working women

28 October 2014 11:25am | New Zealand Labour Party

Today's legal victory for equal pay is a much-needed boost for working women at a time when the Government is pushing through reforms which will make it harder for them to get pay rises, Labour's Women's Affairs spokesperson Sue Moroney says... More >>

15. Motueka suspect named

28 October 2014 4:20pm | New Zealand Police

Police have located the car used by a man who allegedly presented a firearm at a group of people in Thorpes Bush, Motueka today. .. More >>

16. Dairy Workers Union National Executive endorses Little

28 October 2014 3:19pm | Dairy Workers Union

The National Executive of the Dairy Workers Union has endorsed Andrew Little for the Labour Party leadership. "All four candidates are highly regarded, but our voting delegates have asked our National Executive for its views on the leadership, ..... More >>

17. History is made. Equal pay not just legal but possible!

28 October 2014 3:28pm | NZNO

The New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) congratulates Kristine Bartlett and the Service and Food Workers Union: Ngā Ringa Tota on their historic win. Today the Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal from Kristine's employer; opening the way for ..... More >>

18. New Kiwi book tackles early literacy

21 October 2014 3:50pm | Ako Books

Literacy in early childhood education is a hot topic, a nationwide focus that prompted two Auckland women to create a uniquely Kiwi book aimed at early childhood educators, parents and whānau... More >>

19. New Ambassador to France appointed

28 October 2014 11:51am | New Zealand Government

Foreign Minister Murray McCully has appointed diplomat James Kember as New Zealand's next Ambassador to France. .. More >>

20. Employment law changes bad for public hospitals

28 October 2014 9:14am | Association of Salaried Medical Specialists

"Employment law changes expected to be rushed through Parliament today will be bad for public hospitals," said Mr Ian Powell, Executive Director of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS), today... More >>

21. Bartlett case means Govt must act on equal pay

28 October 2014 12:41pm | Green Party

Bartlett case means Govt must act on equal pay The Court of Appeal victory for Lower Hutt caregiver, Kristine Bartlett demonstrates that both the Government and employers have been ignoring and not fully implementing equal pay law, the Green Party said ..... More >>

22. Government to Blame as Much as Council for Marryatt Payout

24 October 2014 9:59am | New Zealand Taxpayers' Union

The Taxpayers' Union is calling on the Government to fix the employment law regime that has forced Christchurch ratepayers to fork out $800,000 to former Council boss Tony Marryatt... More >>

23. Former Rodeo Performer Condemns NZ Rodeo Cruelty

28 October 2014 9:53am | SAFE

As Huntly Rodeo shuts down for good a United States former rodeo performer and veterinarian is condemning rodeo as 'inherently inhumane' in an open letter released today . As the New Zealand rodeo season begins, Dr Peggy Larson has joined with animal ..... More >>

24. NZ Needs to Recognise And Invest in School Leaders

27 October 2014 2:44pm | New Zealand Initiative

o Report shows principals crucial to lifting student achievement o Ex-Auckland Grammar headmaster calls for investment in leadership .. More >>

25. New Zealand First Spokespersons Roles

24 October 2014 3:52pm | New Zealand First Party

New Zealand First Spokespersons 24 OCTOBER 2014 New Zealand First Members of Parliament Spokespersons roles .. More >>

26. Council CEO details options to prevent forced house sale

23 October 2014 2:02pm | Auckland Council

Auckland Council CEO Stephen Town has today written to Penny Bright making it clear that the forced sale of her house because of her long-term overdue rates arrears was not the council's preferred course of action... More >>

27. ECE Benefits Overstated, Costly To Taxpayer - Study

23 October 2014 2:21pm | Family First

Family First NZ says that a UK study on early childhood education should make the New Zealand government reevaluate their policy of increasing the rate of participation in early childhood education to 98 per cent by 2016... More >>

28. Browning Must Come Clean

28 October 2014 12:37pm | slightlyleftofcentre

"Green MP Steffan Browning needs to remove his proverbial snout from the taxpayer provided trough and explain his incredible spending on travel and accommodation," says Josh Forman of More >>

29. Emergency services at helicopter crash near Whanganui

28 October 2014 11:22am | New Zealand Police

Police, Fire and Ambulance are at the scene of a helicopter crash north west of Whanganui. .. More >>

30. Little's claims smack of scaremongering

28 October 2014 9:30am | New Zealand Government

Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Woodhouse today refutes Labour MP Andrew Little'sclaims that the Employment Relations Amendment Bill is 'mean-spirited and unfair'... More >>

31. New Government's first priority is to reduce workers' rights

28 October 2014 9:08am | NZNO

Thousands of nurses who made submissions against the Employment Relations Bill last year are disappointed to hear that the Bill is likely to pass its third reading tonight. .. More >>

32. Pilot in fatal crash named

28 October 2014 4:10pm | New Zealand Police

Police are now able to confirm the identity of the pilot as 56 year old, Peter William Robb. .. More >>

33. Kaumatua to organise petition to end Maori seats

21 October 2014 9:51am | David Rankin

Ngapuhi kaumatua David Rankin has announced that he will be organising a nationwide petition to seek support from Maori voters to end the Maori seats. "These seats are patronising", he says. "They imply we need a special status, and that we ..... More >>

34. Singapore Airlines A380 says Kia Ora to New Zealand

28 October 2014 1:57pm | Singapore Airlines

Today, for the first time, Singapore Airlines customers travelling to and from Auckland were welcomed aboard the luxury and comfort of the world's largest aircraft, the Airbus A380. Singapore Airlines is the first airline to provide a long haul service ..... More >>

35. Demand Growing for Lock up And Leave Lifestyle

28 October 2014 2:24pm | Jalcon Homes

One of Auckland's most active home builders says there is growing demand from baby boomers for easy to maintain, open plan, 'lock up and leave' homes. .. More >>

36. Two-thirds of New Zealanders are touched by dementia

24 August 2014 11:31am | Alzheimers New Zealand

New research released by Alzheimers NZ reveals that two out of every three Kiwis know or have known someone with dementia. For 64 percent of those people it is a family member and a third have been involved in their direct care and support... More >>

37. Interim Families Commissioner appointed

28 October 2014 2:11pm | New Zealand Government

Social Development Minister Anne Tolley today announced that Jo-anne Wilkinson has been appointed as interim Families Commissioner and Chair of the Families Commission Board... More >>

38. Venison: Breaking with Tradition

27 October 2014 2:46pm | Deer Industry NZ

Deer farmers have enjoyed better prices for their venison this October, the time of the year when chilled venison demand peaks in Europe. But the industry's real focus is on getting chilled season prices all year-round. .. More >>

39. Westfest 2015

18 September 2014 1:16pm | WestFest

ODR Productions & The Rock proudly presents 'Westfest '15, an annual music festival that every rock fan will be sure not to miss! If the success of the inaugural West- Fest is anything to go by, 2015's event is going to be bigger and better, ..... More >>

40. Jim Hickey to Retire

24 October 2014 2:23pm | TVNZ

TVNZ Senior Weathercaster Jim Hickey has announced his plans to retire from broadcasting at the end of this year. "It's been a tough decision," Jim says. "I feel like I'm subbing off at half time! I love my job, especially the interface with people ..... More >>

41. $15m for new biological research partnerships

28 October 2014 1:42pm | New Zealand Government

Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce and Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy today announced the Government will invest more than $15 million over a maximum of seven years to support four research partnerships that will benefit New Zealand's ..... More >>

42. Lisa Owen interviews Fonterra CEO Theo Spierings

25 October 2014 12:51pm | The Nation

Fonterra boss worried about the spread of Ebola in West Africa and potential "big consequences" for the company, saying "it doesn't feel to me like that it is under control at the moment" .. More >>

43. Call to Increase Aged Care Wages

28 October 2014 4:06pm | New Zealand First Party

The government is to blame for the unfair wages of aged care workers, says New Zealand First. .. More >>

44. CEO of one of New Zealand's largest exporters steps down

28 October 2014 2:27pm | Federated Farmers

Federated Farmers acknowledges the good work done by retiring Silver Fern Farms' Chief Executive Keith Cooper. Silver Fern Farms is a big contributor to New Zealand's number two merchandise export; red meat. "Keith Cooper's larger than life personality ..... More >>

45. Tvnz Cuts Commitment to Maori

27 October 2014 2:37pm | Nga Aho Whakaari

The board of Ngā Aho Whakaari - Māori in Screen Production questions TVNZ's decision to cut its own Māori & Pacific Department. .. More >>

46. Māori Party condemns Employment Relations Amendment Bill

28 October 2014 4:13pm | The Maori Party

The Māori Party condemns the Employment Relations Amendment Bill. "We are utterly opposed to this bill which will reduce worker's rights, endanger job security and decimate the good faith provisions of workplace bargaining," says Māori Party ..... More >>

47. Shell and Todd caught drilling without approval

22 October 2014 7:55pm | BusinessDesk

Oct. 22 (BusinessDesk) - Multi-national oil company Shell's New Zealand arm and local energy giant Todd Energy have breached the new law governing New Zealand's Exclusive Economic Zone, the Environmental Protection Authority says in an Oct. 10 document ..... More >>

48. Second rate deal a no go - Goff

28 October 2014 11:31am | New Zealand Labour Party

A second rate deal on dairy in the TPP would totally contradict the agreed purpose of the Pacific trade agreement, Labour's Trade spokesperson, Phil Goff says. .. More >>

49. IPENZ appoints new Chief Executive

28 October 2014 1:37pm | IPENZ

Susan Freeman-Greene has been appointed Chief Executive of IPENZ, starting the new role in February 2015. "We're delighted to have made the appointment of such a high-calibre leader, following an exhaustive search and selection process," IPENZ ..... More >>

50. Moves to gut public and Maori broadcasting

28 October 2014 2:39pm | Ian Anderson

Paora Maxwell's tenure as Maori TV CEO has been controversial. In August 2013, staff at Maori TV circulated a petition against Maxwell's appointment by the Nats. More recently, Maxwell announced a restructuring process, and high-profile figures ..... More >>

51. MARKET CLOSE: NZX 50 rises to new record on yield hunt

28 October 2014 5:37pm | BusinessDesk

MARKET CLOSE: NZX 50 rises to new record on yield hunt; MRP, Spark, Sky TV gain .. More >>

52. Life and death in New Zealand

24 October 2014 3:34pm | University of Auckland

Non-Māori New Zealanders held the record for the highest life expectancy in the world from 1870 to 1940. No other country has ever held the record for that long. .. More >>

53. Press statement in relation to search of Nicky Hager's home

23 October 2014 12:57pm | Terrace Chambers

On 2 October 2014, Nicky Hager's home in Wellington was searched by police. Mr Hager asserted that documents kept at his house were protected by privilege, including because they contained information that might identify confidential sources... More >>

54. City Council named among the best at engagement

24 October 2014 4:22pm | Wellington City Council

Two Wellington City Council teams were highly commended when the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) named the best in Australasia at its annual Core Values awards event in Sydney on Wednesday (22 October)... More >>

55. New Zealand's best baches announced

28 October 2014 2:52pm | Bookabach

The public has voted for New Zealand's best baches in Bookabach's annual Golden Piwa Awards. .. More >>

56. Update: Orion Health seeks up to $150mln, eschews forecasts

28 October 2014 3:45pm | BusinessDesk

Oct. 28 (BusinessDesk) - Orion Health Group, which develops software systems for patient health management, wants to raise up to $150 million in new capital in an initial public offer but says it won't offer earnings forecast because of the "lumpy" ..... More >>

57. Wai-Research launched

28 October 2014 11:38am | Te Whanau O Waipareira Trust

Waipareira has launched its own research unit - 18 years after the idea was first floated. Waipareira Chief Executive Officer John Tamihere said the intelligence and information gathered by Wai-Research will validate the work Waipareira does in the ..... More >>

58. Awareness of financial complaints service still too low

28 October 2014 9:10am | Financial Service Complaints Limited

Despite a massive 84% jump in the number of enquiries and complaints to dispute resolution scheme Financial Service Complaints Limited (FSCL), its Chief Executive Officer Susan Taylor says many complaints are still not getting through. FSCL's Annual Report ..... More >>

59. Award-winning boutique Gisborne winery for sale

28 October 2014 10:53am | Bayleys

Well-known Gisborne business Kirkpatrick Estate Winery located on the famous Patutahi Plateau, 12 minutes from Gisborne city has been placed on the market for sale. .. More >>

60. NZMA supports call for TPPA assessment

28 October 2014 11:48am | New Zealand Medical Association

The NZMA supports the call by a number of other health sector organisations for an independent assessment of the impact of the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement (TPPA) on our health system and our ability to achieve legitimate public ..... More >>

61. Nourishing and nurturing young minds

09 September 2014 11:46am | Ruahine Kindergartens

The long-term benefits of proper nutrition and its direct link to the development of young minds and bodies are well known. While recent publicity around poverty, empty family fridges and limited school lunches, has highlighted a need, there's ..... More >>

62. The cost of obesity - Professor Boyd Swinburn

24 October 2014 3:30pm | ElderNet

Liam Butler interviews Boyd Swinburn Professor of Population Nutrition and Global Health University of Auckland .. More >>

63. Guy: Aquaculture New Zealand Annual Conference

28 October 2014 9:32am | New Zealand Government

I want to start by saying that as Minister I'm committed to a vibrant, profitable and sustainable aquaculture industry for New Zealand. .. More >>

64. Silence is golden at $48,000

28 October 2014 7:53pm | New Zealand Labour Party

Shortsighted cost cutting by the Government has forced Inland Revenue to fork out more than $48,000 on top-of-the-line noise cancelling headphones so staff can do their jobs in battery farm working conditions, Labour's State Sector spokesperson ..... More >>

65. Dairy prices way below 'fair' value, must rebound: Spierings

26 October 2014 4:06pm | BusinessDesk

Oct. 26 (BusinessDesk) - Current dairy commodity prices are now well below "fair" expectations of price among global dairy producers, says Fonterra's chief executive, Theo Spierings... More >>

66. Southern DHB needs to hang onto Queenstown's Hospital

24 October 2014 1:08pm | Association of Salaried Medical Specialists

"It's looking more and more as if the Southern DHB's management is so obsessed with turning around its financial deficit that it's prepared to throw everything overboard in a bid to stay afloat - even the lifeboats and the passengers," says ..... More >>

67. 2015 PM's Education Excellence Awards launched

28 October 2014 12:57pm | New Zealand Government

Education Minister Hekia Parata today launched the 2015 Prime Minister's Education Excellence Awards. .. More >>

68. Mark Hunt secures UFC World Title fight in Mexico City

28 October 2014 10:20am | Joint Press Release

The New Zealand born UFC fighter Mark Hunt (10-8-1) has arrived safely in Mexico City, Mexico ahead of the biggest fight of his life. Defeat World No. 1 Fabricio Werdum (18-5-1) and Hunt becomes the interim UFC Heavy Weight World Champion... More >>

69. Integrated Operations Centre goes live at Capital & Coast

26 October 2014 10:35am | Capital and Coast District Health Board

Capital & Coast staff celebrated a new era for patient care and staffing this week with the launch of a new Integrated Operations Centre for Kenepuru and Wellington Hospitals. An integrated operations centre (IOC) is a central hub from where the ..... More >>

70. No Problem for Henare & Jones, But "No Way" for Harawira

24 October 2014 10:51am | Mana Party

"Just before the election I broke the story about the gutting of Maori Television's News and Current Affairs department by MTS' new CEO Paora Maxwell. I pointed out that Carol Hirschfeld and Julian Wilcox, two of the country's most experienced ..... More >>

71. Insecure work in Meat Industry a Labour Day issue

26 October 2014 7:09pm | Meat Workers Union

The celebration of the achievement of an eight hour day this Labour Day won't mean much to the thousands of New Zealand meat workers, says Graham Cooke, National Secretary of the Meat Workers Union. "Thousands of meat workers throughout New Zealand provide ..... More >>

72. Shed fire at Avondale Islamic Centre - Update

27 October 2014 1:53pm | New Zealand Police

A scene examination carried out yesterday has lead Police to believe that the small fire located in a storage area, at the Avondale Islamic Centre did not start accidentally and that it is now being treated as suspicious... More >>

73. Māori TV Responds to Speculation on Relocating

26 October 2014 11:08am | Maori Television Service

Māori Television refutes claims made in today's newspapers that it is planning to relocate its offices and studios from Newmarket to Rotorua. .. More >>

74. Opus flags $5.5M bill after missing out on project

28 October 2014 3:55pm | BusinessDesk

Oct. 28 (BusinessDesk) - Opus International Consultants, the listed engineering firm, flagged the loss of an undisclosed project will weigh on profit margins and cost it $5.5 million in the year... More >>

75. Ben Bayly & Gareth Stewart to host My Kitchen Rules NZ

17 March 2014 11:14am | TVNZ

Award-winning chefs Ben Bayly (The Grove, Baduzzi) and Gareth Stewart (Soul Bar and Bistro) will host My Kitchen Rules NZ, coming to TV ONE later this year. Ben Bayly is currently Head Chef at both The Grove and Baduzzi in Auckland, and is renowned ..... More >>

76. Check for Labour Day changes to rubbish collections

10 October 2012 4:17pm | Auckland Council

Media release 10 October 2012 Check for Labour Day changes to rubbish and r ecycling collections Auckland Council is reminding residents and businesses to check for changes to some kerbside rubbish, recycling and paper collection schedules after Labour Day. ..... More >>

77. Helicopter crash near Whanganui - Update

28 October 2014 1:18pm | New Zealand Police

Police, Fire and Ambulance remain at the scene of a helicopter crash which occurred this morning at around 9.30am north west of Whanganui. The male pilot of the helicopter has died at the scene and Police are providing support to the victim's family... More >>

78. Auckland urban design panel boosts reputation of Auckland

28 October 2014 2:10pm | Auckland Council

The success of Auckland Council's urban design panel and its influence on the internationally acclaimed design quality of many recent major developments in the city is celebrated in a stunning new book to be launched tonight (Tuesday, 28 October 2014). Established ..... More >>

79. Sky TV to launch $20/month subscription ondemand service

24 October 2014 3:50pm | BusinessDesk

Oct. 24 (BusinessDesk) - Sky Network Television, the country's dominant pay-TV operator, will launch a new $20 a month subscription video ondemand service, Neon, in December, targeting non-Sky customers as it faces intensifying competition for viewers... More >>

80. Chemistry teacher tops NZ

20 June 2014 10:26am | St Cuthbert's College

St Cuthbert's College teacher Ian Torrie has been named one of the top teachers in New Zealand. The Chemistry teacher was honoured at the National Excellence in Teaching Awards last month, where he was the only Auckland recipient of an ASG Excellence ..... More >>

81. Why Gigatown is not a waste of money

25 October 2014 12:33pm | Digitl

On Radio New Zealand's Morning Report critics describe Gigatown as a waste of money . .. More >>

82. Labour Day a Time to Commit to Fair And Safe Workplaces

27 October 2014 1:57pm | Grant Robertson - Labour MP

As New Zealanders celebrate Labour Day, Labour Leadership candidate Grant Robertson is making a re-commitment to ensuring all working New Zealanders get a fair deal at work. Grant Robertson will participate in Labour Day events in Auckland today ..... More >>

83. James Shaw's Maiden Speech

28 October 2014 8:01pm | Green Party

I would like to take this opportunity to speak a little of the past, the present and the future. .. More >>

84. Fabian Debate: Fiscal Sustainability and Economic Diversity

28 October 2014 10:37am | New Zealand Fabian Society

I would like to invite you to hear Brian Easton and Wayne Mapp discuss and debate issues surrounding fiscal sustainability in superannuation and health care, and New Zealand's economic diversification... More >>

85. TPP Too Important for Compromised Finish

28 October 2014 3:52pm | DCANZ - Dairy Companies Association New Zealand

The New Zealand dairy industry is urging Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) partners not to compromise on the quality of the deal to get it done quickly... More >>

86. Precinct annual profit of $117.2 million

13 August 2014 11:02am | Precinct

9.4% rise in net operating income1 and 5.1% rise in net tangible assets (NTA) per share oNet profit after tax of $117.2 million (2013: $157.5 million, including a $39.7 million deferred tax benefit) oNet operating income1 of $63.8 million (2013: ..... More >>

87. CORRECT: Orion Health valued up to $915M in IPO

28 October 2014 3:07pm | BusinessDesk

Oct. 28 (BusinessDesk) - Orion Health Group, which develops software systems for patient health management, wants to raise up to $150 million in an initial public offer which would value the firm at almost a billion dollars and give public investors ..... More >>

88. Gordon Campbell on the TPP finishing line, and Amazon's woes

28 October 2014 10:08am | Gordon Campbell

If the Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal wasn't such a serious matter, this would be pretty funny. Here's Trade Minister Tim Groser on RNZ this morning: The finish line for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement is in sight after ..... More >>

89. Govt airs real views on public broadcasting

28 October 2014 5:00pm | New Zealand Labour Party

An admission by the Government that it is happy to experiment with Pacific and Maori audiences shows just how weak its vision for public broadcasting in New Zealand is, Labour's Broadcasting spokesperson Kris Faafoi says... More >>

90. TVNZ cuts another threat to democracy - PFF

26 October 2014 7:12pm | Pacific Freedom Forum

Cutbacks to Maori and Pacific Islands production by TVNZ in New Zealand are a threat to democracy and claims to regional leadership, says the Pacific Freedom Forum. .. More >>

91. Lisa Owen Interviews Tribal Huk Leader Jamie Pink

25 October 2014 1:07pm | The Nation

Lisa Owen Interviews Tribal Huk Leader Jamie Pink, Whose Gang is Making 500 Sandwiches a Day for Hungry Kids in the Waikato .. More >>

92. Debate, Maidens And ERA Reform

28 October 2014 11:01am |

After Question Time MPs will return to the Address in Reply Debate with eight hours and 45 minutes remaining. .. More >>

93. New coroners appointed

06 June 2007 4:35pm | New Zealand Government

Thirteen new coroners have been appointed under the new Coroners Act 2006, Attorney-General Michael Cullen announced today. The new coroners join Chief Coroner Judge Neil MacLean appointed in December last year... More >>

94. Buses to stop on airport grounds

24 October 2014 2:43pm | Horizons Regional Council

Horizons Regional Council buses to and from Feilding will travel via the Palmerston North Airport terminal from Monday 3 November, making it even easier for passengers to catch a plane... More >>

95. Chinese Consulate Meeting

25 October 2014 12:24pm | Southern Institute Of Technology

Southern Institute of Technology international students from China gathered at the SIT Hansel Hall on Friday for a seminar given to the students by members of the Chinese Consulate. Mr Charlie Lu and Mr Alex Jiang explained the services and support the ..... More >>

96. Which are the Best Schools in Auckland?

29 July 2006 5:15pm | Metromedia

Auckland Grammar failed the cut, but Mt Roskill Grammar outshone wealthier rivals in Metro magazine's investigation to find the top 25 high schools in Auckland... More >>

97. NZ Deet Too High by International Standards - Pharmacist

27 October 2014 2:30pm | Fleur Revell

New Zealand needs to review the high levels of Deet in its insect repellents, with many products containing up to 50% more of the neuro-toxic substance than recommended by international health regulations, according to a Kiwi pharmacist... More >>

98. NZ Becomes Soft Touch for So-Called Business Immigrants

24 October 2014 12:38pm | New Zealand First Party

Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse needs to explain why New Zealand has allowed the country to become a soft touch for so-call business immigrants, given the sharp rise in investor approvals... More >>

99. Rotorua shift for Maori TV a bizarre move

25 October 2014 1:05pm | New Zealand Labour Party

The bizarre idea to move Maori TV to Rotorua is either poor planning or possible political interference that adds to the perception of a service in crisis, says Labour MP for Tamaki Makaurau Peeni Henare... More >>

100. Minister Slow to Get into the Driving Seat

28 October 2014 4:07pm | New Zealand First Party

New minister Simon Bridges will have to pick up speed if he wants to go the distance on transport matters, says New Zealand First. .. More >>


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