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Microsoft reveals blockbuster lineup for 2008 that includes Gears of War 2, Fable 2, Ninja Gaiden II and Too Human; exclusive footage now available on Xbox LIVE Marketplace
2: Westlife announces four New Zealand dates
After fourteen UK No.1 singles and more than 36 million records sold worldwide, the biggest selling pop act of the last 10 years, WESTLIFE, triumphantly announce they will perform in concert in New Zealand for the very first time.
3: Key’s denial on wages lacks credibility
New Zealand Government
John Key’s claim that when he said he wanted wages to drop in New Zealand he meant to say he wanted wages to drop in Australia defies belief, Finance Minister Michael Cullen said.
4: Dean Baker: Does Ben Bernanke Have to Go?
Does Ben Bernanke Have to Go? By Dean Baker t r u t h o u t | Perspective http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/021808A.shtml
5: NDU Open Letter Re Bunnings
National Distribution Union
Bunnings tell us that “lowest prices are just the beginning”, but it seems that paying the lowest wages are not far behind.
6: Stephen Soldz: Update On Wikileaks Censorship
This censorship has become a major topic in the news and on the web. after all, the shutting down of an entire web site threatens all citizens who use or rely upon the web for disseminating and obtaining a diversity of otherwise unobtainable information.
7: Cluster Bomb Victims Stage Wellington Protest
This afternoon in Wellington cluster bomb victims were joined by members of the public in a protest at the impact of cluster munitions.
8: Global Warming: Palm Oil Owed An Apology
The new Prime Minister of Australia, Kevin Rudd offered the nation's first apology to Aborigines taken from their families for assimilation with the white community, saying the policy was a “blemished chapter” in the nation's history.
9: Questions And Answers – Wednesday 20 February 2008
Office of the Clerk
1. JOHN KEY (Leader of the Opposition) to the Prime Minister: Does she stand by her answers to oral question No. 2 on 19 February 2008; if not, why not?
10: Questions For Oral Answer - Thursday, 21 Feb 2008
Office of the Clerk
1. PETER BROWN to the Minister of Immigration: What is the New Zealand Immigration Service’s definition of “good character”?
11: Key caught lying on wages
Engineering Printing and Manufacturing Union
Revelations National Party leader John Key has told business he “would love to see wages drop” show the real face of the National Party’s wage agenda says the Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union.
12: Text+Video: Child Discipline Law Gets Big Tick
The PR Department Ltd
Unreasonable Force Book Launch: NZ has been congratulated by leading international children's advocates for its ground-breaking new law banning physical punishment of children * and heralded as an example for other countries to follow.
13: Key’s ambition: where do we fit?
Victoria University of Wellington Students’ Association Te Roopu Tauira a te Kura Wananga o te Upoko o te Ika a Maui Inc.
14: Key caught telling the truth about dropping wages
New Zealand Labour Party
We have seen an extraordinary event in the National Party. John Key has been caught telling the truth.
15: New Zealand’s newest icon “The Rock"
Wellington Airport Limited
Wellington International Airport today revealed the design of its international passenger terminal, which will complete the terminal’s expansion and upgrade. The building encapsulates Wellington’s individuality and creativity and will undoubtedly create ...
16: Glen Ford: Obama's White Men Hear Something?
Black Agenda Report
Obama's White Men: Do They Hear Something Blacks Don't? Black Agenda Report By BAR executive editor Glen Ford
17: Putting the Impact of Cluster Munitions In Context
US State Department
To find an acceptable way of addressing the humanitarian aspects associated with cluster munitions, all relevant facts should be considered. Unfortunately, much of what is said by certain advocacy groups on this issue is not accurate.
18: Meat export subsidies show Key not ready to govern
New Zealand Government
John Key is the first party leader since Sir Robert Muldoon to advocate agricultural subsidies for farmers, Agriculture Minister Jim Anderton says.
19: Is pro-beating lobby writing National's policy?
The National Party needs to explain to New Zealanders exactly where it stands on child discipline and who is writing its policy, the Green Party says. "The National Party stepped in at the 11th hour to ensure that the Crimes (Substituted section ...
20: New York Times Exposes McCain Affair With Lobbyist
"A female lobbyist had been turning up with him at fund-raisers, in his offices and aboard a client's corporate jet. Convinced the relationship had become romantic, some of his top advisers intervened to protect the candidate from himself."
21: Unisys signs up business for strong start to 2008
Unisys has recorded a strong finish to 2007 and start of 2008 in New Zealand and Australia by signing up several new clients for a range of IT service contracts including business process outsourcing, IT and desktop support, enterprise content management ...
22: Telecom Extends Worldmode Roaming Range
Telecom New Zealand
Telecom has launched the latest addition to its range of WorldMode roaming mobile phones - the OKTA Mondo.
23: 300,000 and still counting!
The Kiwi Party
One year ago exactly Larry Baldock and Sheryl Savill along with leaders from several supporting organisations held a press conference at the Kingsgate Hotel to officially launch two Citizens Initiated Referenda petitions on the following questions
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25: Support Message To Arrested, Rally in Wellington
Wellington October 15th Solidarity Group
The Wellington October 15th Solidarity Group sends a message of unconditional support and solidarity to the people arrested today in Maketu and Ruatoki. "We send our love and support to the people of Tuhoe and others affected by the arrests since October ...
26: J. Leopold: Fired US Attorney Calls On White House
Last week's vote in the House to hold former White House counsel Harriet Miers and President Bush's chief of staff, Josh Bolten, in contempt for refusing to testify and turn over documents was encouraging.
27: Dunne on proposed Wgton airport terminal design
United Future NZ Party
Ohariu-Belmont MP Peter Dunne, a long-time resident of Wellington and a frequent user of the city’s airport, thinks the proposed new design for Wellington airport’s terminal is a classic example of edginess that’s gone over the edge.
28: 9/11 may have been an insiders’ job
Syed Akbar Kamal
In a significant observation many time UN contributor & international observer Professor Hans Koechler said “9/11 may have been an insider’s job” in response to a question from one of the delegates attending his lecture The 'Global War on Terror - Contradictions ...
29: Students worried at possible future wage cuts
THE AUCKLAND UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION (INC.) TE ROOPU TAUIRA O TE WHARE WAANANGA O TAMAKI MAKAURAU
30: Flavell: Summary Offences (Tagging and Graffiti)
The Maori Party
In the midst of Mine Bay on Lake Taupo, Mr Speaker, there is a series of rock carvings over ten metres high, if you have ever been there, and accessible only by boat.