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The following image of Sunday night's total lunar eclipse was supplied by Christopher Picking.
Labour's plan to introduce a "universal benefit" is a rehash of their 1990 policy. The change is largely semantic. Further the semantics are wrong; this is no more than a step towards a universal benefit. There will still be groups of people ...
United New Zealand leader, Hon Peter Dunne, has congratulated Deputy Prime Minister on his latest initiative.
This week, upton-on-line examines the heart of the nation – a cultural strategy for aotearoa new zealand (sic – lower case fashionably intended as in upton-on-line).
Last year, while in opposition, the Alliance website ran a poll asking us who the worst Minister in the Government was. In the unlikely event they ran the same poll now, my answer would be, without a doubt, Matt Robson.
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In the Wanganui District Court yesterday, Judge Andrew Becroft expressed concern with provisions of the previous government's Land Transport Act which he described as 'scandalous.' Let's take a hard look at all of our laws and human rights principles. ...
Deputy Prime Minister Jim Anderton met with Gull Petroleum today and wants to know why the major petrol companies can't deliver the lower prices they do in areas around Gull services stations to the rest of the country.
The need for a revisionist destructionist propaganda - a critique of New Zealand Native Timber Milling activism.
The financial sector is hiding behind the word "business". The much discussed political "line in the sand" is not between the left and the right, employees and employers, truckies and farmers. Writes Dr Finlay Thompson.
"A flat benefit rate is the first decent idea this government has proposed in eight months," said Libertarianz Deputy Leader Richard McGrath. His party supports Steve Maharey's proposal for a universal taxpayer-funded benefit level, but differs ...
SUVA: The Fiji Sun today condemned threats by George Speight's rebels over the composition of the cabinet line-up announced by interim President Ratu Josefa Iloilo, saying the country cannot afford to "go through hell" again.
SUVA: It's two months to the day since George Speight, semi-indigenous failed businessman, pyramid scheme seller and terrorist, stormed into the Parliament grounds of Suva taking the democratically leaders of government as hostages.
CONTENTS - Editorial: Fiji's pain will never go away - "Rebels" alive, continue to exhibit stupidity - Business confidence returning - University branch celebrates forty years - News - the Newsiest News in Newstown
Albany MP Murray McCully has expressed alarm that visits to Melbourne by both Judith Tizard and Dracula tomorrow may undermine good trans-Tasman relations.
CONTENTS - Editorial: Bored Nats sink to new lows - Presidential Sermon: On being Young Labour - The Launch of Staunch - Membership Sermon - News - Web site of the week
The Green Party is urging the Government to pull out of a proposed free trade agreement with Singapore and has presented a paper to cabinet to back up their case.
The ACT Party is to target Jeanette Fitzsimons and the Coromandel electorate, said ACT Leader Hon Richard Prebble.
ACT Leader Hon Richard Prebble welcomes the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) report into Waipareira Trust’s administration of Government programs.
New Zealand has extended its smart economic and political sanctions against Fiji as the chaos in the island nation increases.