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It's one of those extraordinary sun-drenched Fridays that we love in the capital. We did meeting in the sun on the waterfront. We completed projects. We received lots of nice feedback about our latest issue.
Our flagging currency and sagging share market indicate that New Zealand is not an attractive place to invest. The effect is that our net worth in world terms is being eroded. Writes Rob Drury.
For some months now, New Zealand has been wracked by one of its periodic bouts of national self-doubt. We have begun, once again, to question whether we’re viable as a nation. It’s not the first time we’ve been through this sort of crisis of confidence. ...
A year ago the Alliance was erecting election campaign hoardings. Some of them promised Our Bank…Opening Soon.
All right, a quick quiz. Hands up those of you who think this Government is a firm believer in democracy and the right to free speech, no matter what your beliefs.
Breaking down the silo mentality within the public service is essential if the Government is to seriously tackle social exclusion, says Social Services and Employment Minister Steve Maharey.
Cheerleaders do lion-dancing. Fans farewell Alama. A young fan becomes a Lion... for a minute.
UPPER HUTT, FRI 13: I’m out for some stripped down, no bullshit, high octane fun and I know I’m not gonna get it in muffin eating, latte slurping, Karen Walker wearing Wellington. That’s why I’m in the Hutt, heading for the Lazy Lizard bar, where rock ...
Rawiri Waru (18) from Ngongohaha Rotorua, New Zealand is one of the seven very best young environmental scientists in the world.
Education Minister Trevor Mallard and Health Minister Annette King
11: GIMMIE GIMMIE!
McDonald's Political Cartoon from http://www.political-cartoons.co.nz
Thank you for accepting the government’s invitation to come to today’s forum. Thank you also to Buddle Findlay for being our host and to Ernst & Young for hosting the dinner this evening.
Well, Helen did make a mess of her little pet business conference. Actually mess is quite a subtle wording of it.
Captain of the NPC Winning Wellington Lions Norm Hewitt receives a shiny plaque in Civic Square around 2pm today from Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky.
Double-try NPC hero Jonah Lomu obliges a fan in Civic Square at the Lions triumphant homecoming.
The coalition hopes this week's business meeting in Auckland will enable the government to re-launch itself. Ministers intend to grab the initiative and silence their critics by outlining pro-business initiatives like compliance cost reform, export assistance ...
None of the cliches rang true. This wasn’t a game of two halves and Wellington, not rugby was the winner on the day.
NPC Rugby Final, Jade Stadium, CHCH, Saturday, OCtober 21, 2000 Wellington Lions v Canterbury Lambs Article: Mathew Loh
Auckland City has today announced that the ailing Monterey pine on One Tree Hill is to be taken down.
Flash Points a.. COWLEY BLASTS SHARE ACTIVIST: PMP Chairman Hits at Mayne b.. JOHN B. FAIRFAX: 'Olympics Was Like January' c.. $1.5 MIL. 'MISSING' AT ISIS: Plus $5 Mil. Lost On Sponsorship d.. OLYMPICS - NEWSPAPER STYLE: Worth The Bother? e.. WANTED: ...