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The recent news has been dominated by the trials and tribulations of three men: Mark Todd, Dover Samuels, John Tamihere. And by two two-year old Maori girls who were beaten to death or near-death in family environments characterised by the absence ...
The New Zealand First Leader, Rt Hon Winston Peters, has accused the Attorney General of colluding with the Serious Fraud Officer Director at a Select Committee hearing this morning.
On 2 August the Dominion ran a front page item about top executive salaries. I had to read it twice before I could take in what it was saying. ANZ Bank research shows that executive pay has little or nothing to do with performance. The companies with ...
Rodney Hide and Winston Peters appear to be getting on just fine in the Debating Chamber during question time yesterday. Images from Mark Graham IMAGE TIME .
Today's Questions concern: Queen Mother’s Birthday Today! - Tax Changes - Health Reforms And Maori – East Timor and Indonesia – Mark Todd – National Testing for 9-year-olds – Fridge Magnets – WTO Lamb Dispute With US – Maori Fisheries Commission – Singapore ...
Today’s Questions concerned the subjects of:Health Reforms – Toxic Waste – ERB and The Dominion – Tax Changes – PM on the ERB – NZ’s Own Nazi Nail Bomber - .Timberlands Award – West Coast 1080 Drops – School Buses - Public Sector Training – Singapore ...
Labour Minister Margaret Wilson said today that a communications campaign was being mounted to inform directly small and medium sized businesses about the government's new employment relations legislation.
Excuse Me! Are we are third world country or what? It's been revealed in Greymouth today that a bleeding pregnant patient had to wait 38 hours for a scan. An angry John Howard writes.
The June 2000 quarter seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 6.1 per cent according to Statistics New Zealand's Household Labour Force Survey, the official measure of unemployment. This compares with 6.4 per cent in the previous March quarter and 7.0 ...
The new ‘Industrial Gestapo’ will enforce laws issued more arbitrarily than those that lost King Charles his head, said ACT Leader, Hon Richard Prebble.
11: We have lift-off
That's how Economic Development Minister Jim Anderton is describing new figures this morning showing unemployment falling, business confidence rising and a huge leap in profits at Carter Holt Harvey.
A couple of weeks ago, that Helen Clark threatened to resign if her boy Parekura Horomia wasn't promoted to Cabinet. Unfortunately Labour didn't take the opportunity presented, and Horomia was duly elected.
ACT Finance spokesman Rodney Hide said today that the union attack on Reserve Bank governor Don Brash raised questions whether the Reserve Bank Act could survive the operation of the Employment Relations Bill.
Christchurch drug law reformers are angry that Deputy PM Jim Anderton has dragged up a late challenge to Mark Todd over alleged cocaine use.
It’s Alright To Rock And Roll!!!! WOLF Creates An Anti-Gravity Environment At Bar Bodega!
Five appointments to broadcasting boards have been announced by the Minister of Broadcasting, Marian Hobbs. Three are to TVNZ and two are to New Zealand on Air.
PHILADELPHIA--Making good on a promise to bring chaos to the host city of the Republican National Convention, 2,000 protesters fanned out across downtown Tuesday, shutting down major intersections as delegates sought to travel from their hotels to the convention's ...
The northern Employers & Manufacturers Association's monthly survey of business conditions shows the clouds over investor confidence could be starting to clear with stronger export sales reported, and rising domestic turnover.
RBNZ Governor Brash confirmed in a speech today that inflation is likely to head higher over the second half of this year. We expect the 3% mark to be reached by December. That outcome is a function of high oil and other commodity prices, a significant ...
The Government should stop wasting taxpayer money on magnets and pamphlets to explain the Employment Relations Bill and front up to the public like ACT has done,” said ACT Leader Hon Richard Prebble. The government announced it is distributing around ...