Fog expected to further disrupt air travel tonight
Fog expected to further disrupt air travel
Air New Zealand advises that low lying sea
fog which has caused significant disruption to travel to and
from Wellington in the past 24 hours is expected to further
disrupt operations throughout this evening.
booked to travel on Air New Zealand’s domestic network
tonight are advised to consult the departures information on
the Air New Zealand website or call the contact centre on
0800 737 000 for further information.
updates on the status of Air New Zealand’s flight
operations at Wellington Airport this evening are advised to
monitor the arrivals and departures pages on the airline’s
website for up to date
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Gordon Campbell: On The Legal Fudging Of The GCSB Revelations
As many have noted, the Hager/Snowden revelations of the spying by our security agencies on our Pacific neighbours and allies is a virtual re-run of the pre-election debate.
Unfortunately, it is also a forerunner of the kind of “ debate” we can expect during the upcoming review of the security agency powers, in June. It is a situation where the government (a) stonewalls, (b) baldly asserts that mass surveillance is not occurring despite the Snowden evidence that it is, and (c) claims that the GCSB actions were lawful.
Yet as Greens Co-Leader Russel Norman says, this can be true only if the legislation passed last year by the Key government has made the mass surveillance of New Zealanders – and the related handing over of their private data to the NSA – lawful. More>>