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Gisborne Cancer Inquiry - ANZ Bank Fees - Scott Watson Appeal - Salvage Fails - Greenpeace Arrest - Singapore - Lord Of The Rings
In what is believed to be a world first, a California judge has granted a restraining order in a cyber-smearing case which could have a major impact on this practice on the Internet. John Howard reports.
This week, the ANZ bank announced that it would follow WestpacTrust in charging fees whenever its customers used other banks' automatic teller machines. This is a classic example of the "prisoners' dilemma" in which individualist behaviour leads ...
The man at the centre of the Gisborne cervical smear inquiry today read a public statement of apology to an emotional audience.
A warrant's been issued for the arrest of former New Zealand First candidate Suzanne Bruce after a non-show in court over two charges of cruelty to animals.
In 1996, agents of the NZ Security Intelligence Service were caught in the act of breaking into the Christchurch home of GATT Watchdog activist, Aziz Choudry, during activities opposing an APEC Ministerial Meeting in Christchurch. Aziz sued the Government ...
At the weekend the official LOTR website http://lordoftherings.net broadcast a two minute preview from the movie. The preview is attracting unprecedented internet attention.
Speech by Kevin Roberts to the Compaq Great Discoveries Educational Conference, Eden Park, April 2000
The first winner will be announced tonight at 8.30pm on www.eforce.co.nz.
A policeman ringing to obtain his file is not what Libertarianz spokesman Daniel Charlton expected to see when he finished presenting the party’s submission to a Parliamentary Select Committee!
ACT Finance spokesman Rodney Hide today said that it was a bit rich for Deputy Prime Minister Jim Anderton to complain about banks when he himself had totally failed on his own goals with respect to his self-named “Jimmy’s” Bank.
ACT is today warning that Government plans to stop appeals to the Privy Council is part of an elite agenda for creeping constitutional change without letting ordinary New Zealanders vote on it.
Liv Tyler, Wellywood’s most talked about starlet, has been acting it up during shooting of the Lord of the Rings, both on and off the set.
We are all active organizers and participants of the upcoming protests surrounding the IMF and World Bank on April 9 -17. For us, these institutions are beyond reform. In addition to simply being "undemocratic" in themselves, they play a key ...
Detective Inspector Rob Pope says that it is not appropriate to comment on any individuals as part of the Blakie inquiry.
Movie star Liv Tyler takes a break from a hectic schedule of filming for the Lord of the Rings trilogy earlier this year for a spot of shopping on Wellington's Willis St - photo Kevin Stent of the Sunday Star Times.
The Government is about to announce major changes that will fragment the delivery of employment programmes and it seems the only justification is so one Minister can settle an old score, says National's Work and Income spokesperson Belinda Vernon ...
Four Greenpeace activists were arrested early this morning New Zealand time for trying to prevent the laying of an oil pipeline under the Arctic Ocean’s Beaufort Sea (1). The pipeline is part of BP Amoco’s controversial Northstar fossil fuel project.
ACT Leader Richard Prebble believes it is irresponsible for TVNZ to claim that the abolition of the Privy Council is a race issue.
The Corrective Party has found the following conversation on alt.kooky. conspiracy.theories.about.diana. We believe it throws some light on the Curse of the House of Windsor:
The NOAA Super Computer long range forecast for Ethiopia looks bright for Holy Week. The following image shows significant amounts of rain falling in drought stricken Ethiopia on Easter Sunday and Good Friday.