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Russia has had a terrible century. In fact Russia - and certainly the Russian peasantry - have arguably had a bum deal for as long as anyone can remember.
Whangarei List MP Muriel Newman should be congratulated for her shared parenting bill, presented to Parliament last week. An Act MP, she is entering into a minefield of family and gender politics, which means that the bill will probably fail.
Non, Non, public servants cannot use the Anglo word e-mail says the French Ministry of Finance when it announced the ban earlier this week. John Howard reports.
Party Leader Graham Capill has moved quickly to condemn last night’s screening on TV4 of the first episode of Queer as Folk.
Craccum Magazine makes no apologies for this article. We know that suicide is one of the few taboo subjects still left in society. We know that New Zealand has the highest youth suicide rate in the world.
Several commentators and MPs from other parties have misrepresented the stance taken by MP Nandor Tanczos over the cannabis issue. This article, written by Nandor, aims at trying to make his position clear.
The 2000 Budget Policy Statement - the first of new Finance Minister Michael Cullen - appears to be calculated to please, both the markets and the Labour/Alliance's caucus.
REBEL Wellington City Councillor John Morrison says the council may as well “rob a bank” if it is willing to break the law on how it funds the cost of the city’s new sewerage plant.
Before Christmas the government's Speech from the Throne somewhat set the pace for the new Government. Forty-five minutes long and packed to the gills with ideas and plans the speech left many of those listening to it with a sense of surprise at just ...
Jamie Oliver, arguably the world's hottest young chef, will tour New Zealand from May 6th-14th to promote his internationally best selling book `The Naked Chef'.
A scene from a short play by Jacque Ruston, What Leroy Crook Saw. - Photo Tori Buttle.
SIXTY years after the historic Kupe statue was completed, two of the original sculptors turned out to see a $450,000 bronze replica unveiled on Taranaki Wharf last Saturday (4 March). Phyll Thomas, a daughter of the leading sculptor William Trethewey, came ...
When considering the role of the British baby-killers of the Balkans, the totally overwhelming feature of hypocrisy-on-a-grand-scale comes through loud and clear. This historian has been attempting to determine which of the mass-murderers of the ...
This memo seeks to clarify any possible confusion regarding the 6pm news item on TV ONE, 8 March 2000 about NZ On Air and the Public Broadcasting Fee.
The co-editors of a student magazine who published a controversial feature on youth suicide may end up being kicked out by their student association. Scoop's Chris Holm reports.
"The fiscal goals laid out in the 2000 Budget Policy Statement reflect a more balanced view of the appropriate role and size of the state than has applied in New Zealand in recent years," Finance Minister Michael Cullen said today.
Intel Corporation today introduced the Intel Pentium® III processor 1 GHz (gigahertz or 1,000 megahertz), the world’s highest performance microprocessor for PCs.
The Christian Heritage Party is extremely concerned about the poor quality of the defence policy debate centred on recent reviews of defence and the proposal to scrap the purchase of the F16 aircraft. The party’s defence policy spokesperson, Chris ...
United New Zealand leader, Hon Peter Dunne, says the Finance Minister’s proposed dedicated fund for future New Zealand superannuation is a disincentive to private savings.