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1. The Nation: Steven Joyce

04 July 2015 1:44pm | The Nation

Steven Joyce dismisses fears of a recession in the next two years, "unless we talk ourselves into it" but admits "the job isn't done in the economy". Will present a new foreign investment strategy to Cabinet on Monday that involves partnering with ..... More >>

2. Q+A: Bill English

05 July 2015 12:46pm | TVNZ

Greek Crisis: It's not like this is a shock Bill English says New Zealand's Finance Minister is "not particularly concerned" about whether Greece's financial crisis will roll on to New Zealand. Greeks will vote in a referendum tonight on whether ..... More >>

3. The Nation: Ron Mark

04 July 2015 1:46pm | The Nation

Denies any division in NZ First over the vote that saw him replace Tracey Martin as deputy leader and then a three-day wait before it was announced. "Nobody abstained, and the fact that that's even a conversation is absolutely quite bizarre" Mark ..... More >>

4. Death Toll Continues to Climb for Sheep Shipped to Mexico

02 July 2015 1:45pm | SAFE

252 sheep destined for the controversial live export shipment to Mexico died before they even went on board. The animals died in preparation for the journey, recent figures reveal. This is in addition to the 192 animals that perished on the ship. ..... More >>

5. Auckland fee rises unfair and will hurt many

02 July 2015 3:38pm | Funeral Directors Assn of NZ

Many grieving Auckland families will be hit hard by the council's new fees for burial plots, ash plots and interments which came into effect on Wednesday, says the Funeral Directors Association of NZ (FDANZ). Fees for burial plots across the ..... More >>

6. We should not have homelessness in a country with empty home

03 July 2015 3:59pm | Glen Innes Defence Committee

There is a direct link between the increase in homelessness and the government's neoliberal housing agenda. .. More >>

7. TAIHOA to TPPA - application for urgent Treaty hearing

24 June 2015 5:15pm | Joint Media Statement

A group of esteemed Māori leaders and academics, including Dr Papaarangi Reid, Moana Jackson, Rikirangi Gage, Angeline Greensill, Hone Harawira and Moana Maniapoto have filed a claim and application for urgent hearing today in the Waitangi Tribunal... More >>

8. Helen Clark wins Kea World Class New Zealand Award

03 July 2015 9:02am | KEA

Helen Clark has added to her lengthy list of accolades by winning the Supreme Award at Kea's 2015 World Class New Zealand Awards. .. More >>

9. Represent New Zealand at Commonwealth Youth Parliament 2015

02 July 2015 9:01pm | Jacqui Dean

Waitaki MP and Chairperson of the New Zealand CPA Branch, Jacqui Dean said she was excited to announce that the nominations for Commonwealth Youth Parliament 2015, in Darwin, are open. .. More >>

10. Press council rules against Herald ethics on 'Ponygate'

04 July 2015 12:56pm | Pacific Media Centre

http://www.pmc.aut.ac.nz/pacific-media-watch/nz-press-council-rules-against-herald-ethics-ponygate-interview-9334 .. More >>

11. Q+A - Sunday July 5

04 July 2015 10:39am | TVNZ

1. Ahead of a Greek referendum on whether to accept a new austerity plan, we ask Finance Minister Bill English whether we should be concerned about the European situation - or whether the real risk is elsewhere. And what does he make of a top economist's ..... More >>

12. ACC lying over levy blunders, says safety campaigner

01 July 2015 8:04am | The Dog and Lemon Guide

The Accident Compensation Commission's attempt to blame multiple mistakes in setting vehicle levies on a computer 'coding error' is a blatant mistruth, says the car review website dogandlemon.com ... More >>

13. Comment on suspended student Anela Pritchard

01 July 2015 1:00pm | The Parenting Place

Napier student Anela Pritchard has been stood down by her school for a speech criticising her school. She has received both support and criticism in the media and on Facebook. .. More >>

14. Time for Sonny Tau to Go

03 July 2015 4:27pm | Rudy Taylor

Raniera (Sonny) Tau should resign immediately from all positions of responsibility, after being charged for allegedly hunting and possessing protected Kereru, says Te Kotahitanga o Nga Hapu o Ngapuhi co-chair Rudy Taylor. Mr Taylor says "the concept ..... More >>

15. Groser's attack shows criticism of TPPA is hitting home

30 June 2015 3:46pm | Professor Jane Kelsey

30 June 2015 For immediate release Minister Groser's attack shows criticism of TPPA is hitting home .. More >>

16. Continued Threat of a Failed Financial and Banking System

04 July 2015 10:44am | New Zealand Fabian Society

I would like to invite you to hear Dr Robert Howell discuss this subject on Friday 10 July at 5:30pm at Connolly Hall, Guildford Terrace Wellington . .. More >>

17. New digital passport photo service launches nationwide

01 November 2012 3:34pm | Pharmacybrands

Auckland - 1 November, 2012 - Your local Amcal, Unichem, Life, Radius and Care Chemist pharmacies are the first to announce a state-of-the-art digital photo service that guarantees passport photos will meet the new online requirements for renewals... More >>

18. Time to speak out on Nauru situation, says Law Society

01 July 2015 11:24am | New Zealand Law Society

The rule of law is seriously under threat in Nauru and the Nauruan government's recent actions need to be highlighted, the New Zealand Law Society said today. .. More >>

19. Auckland housing market similar to Sydney

03 July 2015 12:15pm | Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment released the latest edition of the New Zealand Housing and Construction Quarterly today. This quarter's report looks at how the Auckland housing market resembles international cities more than ..... More >>

20. Pukekohe Plan Bad News for Home Buyers

22 July 2013 11:20am | Affordable Auckland

"A plan to protect rural land around Pukekohe will have dire consequences for first home buyers," Affordable Auckland Franklin Ward candidate Niko Kloeten warns. The 26-year-old business journalist says the Pukekohe Area Plan produced by the Franklin ..... More >>

21. Youth organisation disappointed with fast tracked housing

03 July 2015 3:22pm | Generation Zero

Youth organisation, Generation Zero, is disappointed with the latest announcement of greenfield Special Housing Areas, which promote further urban sprawl at a time when Auckland is desperately short of more central housing choices... More >>

22. Who Owns NZ? Foreign Control Key Facts Updated

07 January 2014 5:11pm | CAFCA

For the first time in several years, CAFCA has completely updated the Foreign Control Key Facts page on our Website. Big thanks to CAFCA Committee member Bill Rosenberg who did all the work. And, for the first time, the Key Facts are accompanied by the ..... More >>

23. Change to Passport Service for British Nationals

11 January 2014 2:52pm | British High Commission

Change to Passport Service for British Nationals British nationals in New Zealand wanting to apply for a new passport are advised of an important change in the way they will need to make applications. From 13 January, they will need to send applications ..... More >>

24. Gareth Morgan offers $20k to design his flag entry

23 June 2015 11:23am | Gareth Morgan Foundation

Gareth Morgan believes any new flag needs to acknowledge the Treaty of Waitangi, in which partners agreed to share this land and ensure that each other's cultures thrive. Morgan believes NZ needs to embrace this opportunity to change our flag and ..... More >>

25. KiwiRail must upgrade its electric fleet

01 July 2015 12:30pm | Rail And Maritime Transport Union

The Rail and Maritime Transport Union (RMTU) is voicing its support for demonstrators who are rallying at the Cenotaph steps outside of Parliament calling for KiwiRail to reinvest in an electric fleet says RMTU organiser Todd Valster... More >>

26. Public feedback sought on transition

02 July 2015 1:01pm | Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority

The acting chief executive of the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA), John Ombler, says he expects a healthy level of public feedback on the Draft Transition Recovery Plan for greater Christchurch, which was released today... More >>

27. SPCA issues annual list of animal abuse cases

19 October 2006 10:45am | RNZSPCA

The Royal New Zealand SPCA has issued its fourth annual 'List of Shame', citing 50 examples of animal abuse occurring in the first nine months of 2006... More >>

28. Ali Jones to Stand for Christchurch City Council

15 August 2013 2:39pm | Ali Jones

"We need a fresh intelligent energy around the council table and people who want to make it happen for Christchurch so the city builds great communities as well as great buildings and infrastructure. People are the recovery.".. More >>

29. Family Court Has Blood On Its Hands - Yet Again!

17 January 2014 1:11pm | Families Apart Require Equality

"The Family Court has been a major contributor to a succession of child murders in New Zealand over recent years", Bruce Tichbon, spokesperson for Families Apart Require Equality (FARE), stated today. .. More >>

30. New TPPA Investment Leak Confirms NZ Surrender to US

26 March 2015 12:24pm | Professor Jane Kelsey

The controversial investment chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) has just been posted by Wikileaks , along with an analysis by Washington-based Public Citizen. Dated 20 January 2015, at the start of the negotiating round in New York, ..... More >>

31. TPPA leak suggests more challenges for NZ sovereignty

27 March 2015 12:33pm | Bridget Williams Books

As a document leaked yesterday demonstrates the potential effect of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement upon sovereign rights, Professor Margaret Wilson at Waikato University says that changes to the structure of the state are already affecting ..... More >>

32. Company closure leaves workers in the dark

05 May 2015 12:25pm | First Union

While creditors and contractors take action to recover their assets in Kiwi Forestry International and Harvest Pro , workers in the subsidiary company Smith & Davies are still in the dark over their employment status says FIRST Union General Secretary ..... More >>

33. Q+A: Anne Tolley - profit making companies & social services

21 June 2015 12:47pm | TVNZ

Social Development Minister Anne Tolley told TV One's Q+A programme that in future profit making companies could be contracted to deliver social services. .. More >>

34. Human Rights Commission to monitor Cyberbullying Law

01 July 2015 12:57pm | Human Rights Commission

The Human Rights Commission welcomes new laws to address cyber-bullying and supports a review in a year's time to check whether the objectives of the legislation are being met... More >>

35. Taradale youths given home detention

23 July 2003 8:29am | New Zealand Parole Board

The New Zealand Parole Board has directed that six former Taradale High School students must continue serving their sentences under home detention... More >>

36. P Dunne Insults Sick Medicinal Cannabis Patient

22 August 2003 8:57am | Scoop Reader Opinion

I run a support group for those with a genuine medical need for cannabis. Doctors are required to sign forms attesting to the benefit of cannabis for their patient... More >>

37. Pictures Of MAdGE Protest In Parliament Today

10 September 2003 7:57pm | Mothers Against Genetic Engineering

Today Alannah Currie, and 10 other MAdGE women staged a protest in the debating chamber in the New Zealand House of Parliament in question time..... More >>

38. CYF Report Into Handling Of Ron Burrows Phone Call

18 December 2003 9:35am | Child Youth And Family

Child, Youth and Family has today issued the findings of an inquiry by Ailsa Duffy QC into the handling of a phone call that Ron Burrows, father of Coral-Ellen, made to the Department on 21 January 2003... More >>

39. Pull The Plug On Corporate Welfare

03 October 2007 9:37am | CAFCA

Just when longsuffering domestic power consumers were asking: "How much longer do we have to go on subsidising one of the biggest transnational corporations in the world, which gets the biggest single chunk of NZ's electricity at a secret ..... More >>

40. "Buyer enquiry over" should not mislead

12 December 2007 5:10pm | Commerce Commission

The Commerce Commission says real estate agents need to heed the warning contained in a recent court case relating to pricing practices to avoid breaching the Fair Trading Act... More >>

41. Kāpiti the place name and kapiti the word

11 March 2010 4:55pm | Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori

Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori (The Māori Language Commission) advocates for the accurate and appropriate use of te reo Māori. Therefore when place name issues arise it is the role of Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori to provide linguistic advice regarding ..... More >>

42. Benefit System is failing too many New Zealanders

09 August 2010 3:43pm | Welfare Working Group

The Welfare Working Group today released a paper setting out the many issues that need to be considered if New Zealand is to reduce long-term benefit dependency, get better outcomes for those who need welfare support, and ensure the benefit system ..... More >>

43. NZ First to Boost Maori Warden Funding

11 November 2011 5:13pm | New Zealand First Party

"We all know that the Maori warden movement started because of the exodus of young Maori to the cities, starting in the 1950s and continuing since then. .. More >>

44. Jail sentence imposed after father and son 'invent' job

20 January 2012 5:12pm | Accident Compensation Corporation

Jonathan Lloyd Kenneth Adolph, aged 36 of Hamilton, was sentenced today to two and a half years' imprisonment in the Hamilton District Court, after he made up details of a non-existent job to fraudulently claim ACC weekly compensation... More >>

45. Message taught in NZ schools can place our kids in danger

24 July 2012 10:08am | Spin It Wide

Child safety expert reveals that message being taught in NZ schools can place our kids IN DANGER .. More >>

46. Free Internet Access In Public Libraries A Basic Human Right

25 September 2012 10:32am | LIANZA

The President of the Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa (LIANZA) Heather Lamond told delegates at the annual LIANZA conference that free internet access in libraries should be a basic human right... More >>

47. UN recommendations on racial discrimination welcomed

04 March 2013 1:37pm | New Zealand Federation of Multicultural Councils

The New Zealand Federation of Multicultural Councils welcomes the recommendations made to the New Zealand Government this week by the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination... More >>

48. Behind The Shroud Broadcasts Tonight 8pm FaceTV & Sky Ch 83

05 August 2013 10:33am | Selwyn Manning

Tonight for the first time on NZ TV the public will be told why and how the SIS got the Ahmed Zaoui case so wrong. What can we learn from those mistakes? Should the SIS, GCSB and our intelligence aparatus undergo significant reform? This documentary ..... More >>

49. Immigration fraud whistle blowers declined visas by INZ

04 February 2014 2:34pm | McClymont and Associates Barristers and Solicitors

Three Indian nationals, all now represented by Auckland Immigration lawyer Alastair McClymont came forward voluntarily in December 2013 with almost identical stories of a Newmarket based recruitment agent who had charged fees for placing the applicants ..... More >>

50. Social media outrage at Seven Sharp climate science denial

05 April 2014 3:28pm | Generation Zero

Seven Sharp presenter Mike Hosking's comments rubbishing the science of climate change have caused a flood of outrage on social media, attracting criticism from over 250 commenters on the show's Facebook page... More >>

51. NZ Sign Language programmes receives $11 million boost

29 August 2014 1:03pm | Deaf Aotearoa

Deaf Aotearoa are thrilled with Education minister Hekia Parata's announcement this week that $11 million in funding will go towards a range of New Zealand Sign Language initiatives, including First Signs - a programme that involves sign language ..... More >>

52. Govt continues to throw money at charter school experiment

19 September 2014 11:32am | NZEI

Official documents reveal the three primary sector charter schools approved last week will cost $2 million to set up as well as divert another $1.5 million of potential taxpayer investment from local state schools next year... More >>

53. Trout Mass-Poisoned in New Zealand

30 September 2014 10:34am | Clyde Graf

Trout Mass-Poisoned in New Zealand The Graf Boys New Zealand has some of the best trout fishing in the world! Every year thousands of international visitors wade pristine rivers in search of the freshwater game fish. .. More >>

54. Trade Deal Threatens Farmers and Food Businesses

30 October 2014 10:55am | GE Free NZ

The secret Trans Pacific Partnership negotiations are a direct threat to food businesses and farmers, and a moratorium on the release of GE crops must be enshrined in law before the TPP is signed... More >>

55. New online petition platform a first in New Zealand

30 January 2015 1:09pm | Greenpeace New Zealand

Auckland, 30 January 2015 - An online platform that allows Kiwis to take the government, businesses and other decision makers to task has just been launched. .. More >>

56. Vital to support Fighting Foreign Corporate Control Bill

22 March 2015 4:19pm | New Zealand Council of Trade Unions

"It is vital that all members of Parliament support the Fighting Foreign Corporate Control Bill that New Zealand First has introduced," says CTU Secretary Sam Huggard. .. More >>

57. Budget 2015: Students left in the doghouse

21 May 2015 4:12pm | VUWSA

Media Release: Victoria University of Wellington Students' Association (VUWSA) Budget 2015: Students left in the doghouse while Joyce tends to his pet projects Tertiary education in New Zealand needs serious funding not pet projects say students ..... More >>

58. Joining together to get ahead of bullying

22 May 2015 12:45pm | Human Rights Commission

Releasing the updated 2015 Bullying Prevention Guidelines on Pink Shirt Day at Silverstream School, Chief Human Rights Commissioner, Mr David Rutherford said he is confident that the drive to stop bullying across New Zealand schools is really gaining ground... More >>

59. This weekend on The Nation...

22 May 2015 8:39pm | TVNZ

3News political editor Patrick Gower sits down with Finance Minister Bill English to talk about u-turns and new taxes, housing development in Auckland, and benefit increases. Is this New National or just cunning politics?.. More >>

60. Taxpayers' Union Urge Car Owners to Avoid ACC Over-Payment

25 May 2015 1:06pm | New Zealand Taxpayers' Union

The Taxpayers' Union is urging car owners to be careful renewing motor vehicle licences before lower ACC levy rates come into effect on 1 July and is encouraging the public not to follow the New Zealand Transport Agency's default option of 12-month ..... More >>

61. Giving faces to the faceless

26 May 2015 2:19pm | Human Rights Commission

Powerful films and unforgettable documentaries can highlight human rights in ways speeches and documents never will says Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy. .. More >>

62. NZ health and safety slammed on international stage

09 June 2015 11:51am | New Zealand Council of Trade Unions

Workers have voiced concerns about the reform of health and safety happening in New Zealand, at the 104th session of the International Labour Organisation in Geneva, in front of 185 countries... More >>

63. New leaks show PHARMAC "fighting for oxygen" under TPPA

11 June 2015 9:52am | Doctors for Healthy Trade

The Annex on Transparency for the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA), published by Wikileaks yesterday , reveals changes that could make PHARMAC "largely unworkable" and lead to "less affordable medicines" according to oncologist, health economist ..... More >>

64. Safe Relationship Seminars Applauded

15 June 2015 2:28pm | Rural Women

Rural Women New Zealand is partnering with the Sophie Elliott Foundation and the It's Not Ok campaign to present a series of Safe Relationships seminars. .. More >>

65. The Nation: Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment

20 June 2015 3:05pm | The Nation

Jan Wright criticises state-owned Landcorp for converting forestry land to dairy farming, given the effect on the environment "Personally, I've not been able to understand why Crown agency is involved in such activity, because it doesn't ..... More >>

66. Statement from Rachel MacGregor

22 June 2015 6:20pm | Gallaway Cook Allan Lawyers

Colin Craig's statement today, along with other public statements in recent days, breach a confidentially agreement that Mr Craig and I reached during a Human Rights Commission mediation... More >>

67. Ngati Ranginui Look to the Future Post Rena Incident

23 June 2015 12:46pm | Ngati Ranginui Iwi

After three years of intense engagement Ngati Ranginui Iwi Society Inc last week signed an agreement with the owner of the MV Rena. The agreement signals the Iwi decision to acknowledge the Rena incident and its impact on Tauranga Moana but heralds ..... More >>

68. Free Press 29/6/15: The Harmful Digital Communications Bill

29 June 2015 4:54pm | ACT New Zealand

The Harmful Digital Communications Bill David Seymour fears this will be another case study in bad law-making and outlines why he opposes this Bill here . You have some dramatic event, to which people rightfully feel something should be done. Politicians ..... More >>

69. Fact sheet on Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS)

30 June 2015 10:58am | AFTINET

MYTH: ISDS supporters claim that it is an independent and impartial international arbitration system which foreign investors can use against nationalisation or discriminatory actions against them by governments. .. More >>

70. Iraqis Trained in New Techniques to Fight Daesh

30 June 2015 2:30pm | New Zealand Defence Force

Australian and New Zealand trainers are teaching Iraqi Security Forces sophisticated new techniques to fight Daesh (ISIS) and survive on the battlefield. .. More >>

71. Collectible explosive detector dog cards hit airports

02 July 2015 9:40am | Civil Aviation Authority

To educate the public about its work, the Aviation Security Service ('Avsec') on Tuesday launched collectible cards detailing each of the its highly trained explosive detector dogs (EDD) working to protect our nation's airports and skies... More >>

72. Time to wave the white flag on TISA secrecy

02 July 2015 11:31am | Professor Jane Kelsey

Less than a month ago, Wikileaks posted 17 documents leaked from the secretive negotiations for a Trade in Services Agreement (TISA). New Zealand is part of the group of countries calling themselves 'the Really Good Friends of Services' who are trying to negotiate ..... More >>

73. EPMU National Conference endorses merger with SFWU

02 July 2015 12:25pm | EPMU

Delegates of the Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union have today voted in favour of a proposal to merge with the Service and Food Workers Union. The merger will now be subject to a vote of all EPMU members through a postal ballot. "This ..... More >>

74. Insurance & Savings Ombudsman Scheme: Canterbury update

02 July 2015 2:02pm | Insurance And Savings Ombudsman Commission

The Insurance & Savings Ombudsman Scheme has dealt with 1,542 complaint enquiries and 138 complaint investigations about the Canterbury earthquakes since 2010. .. More >>

75. Climate Defence Coalition Launched

18 March 2002 11:47am | Unknown

A coalition of medical, environment, resource management, recreational, engineering and transport groups has been launched today to fight polluting business interests campaigning against government action on climate change and ratification of the Kyoto ..... More >>

76. Full Police Report On PM's Art Forgery

09 July 2002 11:03am | New Zealand Police

This report refers to the enquiry completed following receipt of a complaint that the Prime Minister, the Rt Hon Helen Clark, may have committed a criminal offence by signing paintings or drawings completed by another. The complaint followed related ..... More >>

77. Positive outcome to bird smuggling trial

19 November 2002 11:59am | Ministry Of Agriculture And Forestry

Bird smuggling or trafficking in endangered species is an abhorrent practice that not only threatens New Zealands native bird populations but is also cruel and inhumane... More >>

78. Farmers Fighting Fund Backs F.A.R.T Campiagn

28 July 2003 8:26am | Federated Farmers

The Farmers Fighting Fund (FFF) has joined the campaign against the Government's proposed Greenhouse Gas Emissions Research Tax... More >>

79. Furore over sacking of Kiwi cartoonist

01 September 2003 9:31am | Australian Cartoonists' Association

A first time contributor has filed this piece from New Zealand on the recent sacking of cartoonist Malcolm Evans and the man criticised, James Kemsley, has hit back so make sure you read to the bottom... More >>

80. Why Not Just Genetically Engineer Women For Milk?

01 October 2003 10:51am | Mothers Against Genetic Engineering

MAdGE (Mothers Against Genetic Engineering in Food and the Environment) today launched a highly controversial billboard campaign in Auckland and Wellington to provoke public debate about the social and cultural ethics of genetic engineering in New Zealand... More >>

81. Government FARTs again

06 November 2003 2:30pm | Federated Farmers

Federated Farmers of New Zealand (Inc) is shocked that the government has whacked farmers and other exporters with a sneaky new tax, said Federation President Tom Lambie... More >>

82. Brief Notes on Recipients at NZOSM Presentation

26 November 2003 1:43pm | New Zealand Defence Force

Brief Notes on Recipients at New Zealand Operational Service Medal Presentation, Thursday 27 November 2003.. More >>

83. Con.Minister Meets With 'Save Our Kiwi Hawkes Bay'

18 June 2004 9:24am | Environment Conservation Outdoor Education Trust

The Environment, Conservation and Outdoor Education Trust (ECOED) today met with the Minister of Conservation to discuss the 'Save Our Kiwi Hawkes Bay' project and the latest initiative to create a $550,000, 33 hectare predator-free area for raising ..... More >>

84. Police Put Record Straight On Phillip Edwards Case

17 September 2004 12:56am | New Zealand Police

Auckland City Police have set the record straight around many of the allegations levelled against Police over the investigation of an incident that occurred at a private residence on September 12, 2002... More >>

85. Compensation for Asbestos Victims

22 September 2004 4:07pm | New Zealand Council of Trade Unions

"The Council of Trade Unions will take up with Government the inadequacy of compensation for asbestos victims," CTU president Ross Wilson said today... More >>

86. Shortland Street Star Speaks Out Against Racism

15 October 2004 12:37am | Multicultural Aotearoa

Actress and musician Li-Ming Hu, otherwise known as Shortland Street's "Doctor Li-Mei Chen", is calling on New Zealanders to attend the Wellington march against racism on Labour Weekend... More >>

87. Eynon Delamere's Letter - May 1999

19 October 2004 4:08pm | Te Whanau O Waipareira Trust

The chairman of Te Whanau O Waipareira Trust, Eynon Delamere, has today released a letter, which confirmed details of the $195,000 payout to MP John Tamihere... More >>

88. Sentence trivialises sex violence against children

03 May 2005 9:26am | Stop Demand

The paltry fine imposed on a lawyer convicted of importing objectionable material trivialises the sexual exploitation of children and young people, says an organization working to combat the trade... More >>

89. Puti Murray's death adds a sad stress to challenge

07 November 2005 5:25pm | Anglican Church in Aotearoa

The death of Rev Puti Murray at the runanganui of Te Pihopatanga o Aotearoa on Saturday was, in a way, a poignant underlining of one of the key themes to emerge at the hui: that Maori must put an end to violence in their families... More >>

90. Policy for Maori Cultural Practices Announced

18 January 2006 10:16am | Department Of Corrections

The Department of Corrections today released to staff it's policy for holding Maori cultural practices on Departmental premises. In releasing the guidelines Chief Executive Barry Matthews praised the sensible and inclusive nature of the policy which he said ..... More >>

91. New Uniform for Temporary Sworn Staff

30 May 2006 10:40am | New Zealand Police

A new uniform for temporary sworn staff has been approved and will be delivered to Police districts within the next month said General manager Human Resources Wayne Annan. The uniform comprises a navy blue polo shirt and zip-up jacket with the police ..... More >>

92. Family First announces its Board of Reference

31 May 2006 12:47am | Family First Lobby

The Family First Lobby, which is aiming to bring a strong pro-family pro-life and pro-moral value message to the media and public debate, has announced its Board of Reference... More >>

93. The Springbok Tour Of 1981 - 25 Years On

19 July 2006 9:36am | South African Consulate

When Sports Minister Trevor Mallard welcomes the 2006 Springboks at a parliamentary function this evening, it will be 25 years to the day since the divisive tour of 1981 began - an event that set mate against mate and divided a nation... More >>

94. The Treaty of Waitangi and Health Outcomes

24 July 2006 11:19am | Race Relations Commissioner

Opening remarks by Joris de Bres, Race Relations Commissioner, at the symposium on Human Rights and the Treaty of Waitangi: Healthy Christchurch, 24 July 2006, Christchurch Netball Centre, 10.30 am - 2.15 pm... More >>

95. Anglican Archbishops pay tribute to Maori Queen

16 August 2006 5:57pm | Anglican Church in Aotearoa

The three Anglican Archbishops of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, have added their tributes to Te Arikinui Te Atairangikaahu... More >>

96. NZ Idol Judge, Megan Alatini, at Big Toddle

02 November 2006 10:33am | Barnardos

Ben Curley (holding Megan's right hand - in blue sweatshirt), Marina Donovan (holding Megan's left hand), Christian Tatupu (eyes semi-closed) and Ley-Tianah Lemata (pink dotted headband) join NZ Idol Judge Megan Alatini on the Barnardos Big ..... More >>

97. Decision: Hell Pizza

29 November 2006 12:47am | Advertising Standards Complaints Board

Hell Pizza used a small cardboard wallet containing a single sealed condom to promote its Lust pizza. The outside of the wallet contained the Hell Pizza logo on one side and the phrase "Our pizza for meat lovers!" on the other side along with a contact ..... More >>

98. About Time Private Contracts for Prisons Ended

12 December 2006 12:26am | Progressive Party

"Neither the Corrections Department nor Chubb Security comes out of the investigation into the avoidable death of Liam Ashley with credit. "Part of the solution is to cancel the private contract and bring the transporting and care of inmates totally ..... More >>

99. "Body Guard to the Stars" on anti violence mission

06 March 2007 9:57am | STAMP

In the international world of close personal protection, this brawny New Zealander is simply called Tempero. A man upon whom the super-rich and famous have depended for their safety. And the savvy Tempero has a list of clients as impressive as his ..... More >>

100. Judgment: Brett Ronald Larsen v Rick Dees Ltd

01 June 2007 10:48am | NZ Supreme Court

In a majority decision the Supreme Court has held, reversing the Court of Appeal, that the purchaser of ten home unit properties, who was required to tender settlement in accordance with settlement notices given by the vendor, failed to do so in circumstances ..... More >>

 

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