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In a radio interview last night, Paul Holmes knocked his interviewer for six. As part of his nationwide promotional tour to publicise his album, Holmes discussed aspects of the New Zealand music recording scene with Eddie O'Strange on the Town ...
Just over a month ago, this column addressed the obstacles that are in front of Israel and the Palestinians that while outstanding are preventing a conclusive peace to the ongoing violence being found. A month later, resolution remains further away ...
3,400 staff surveyed on what they think of their place of work Sixteen organisations have been named as winners in Unlimited magazine's inaugural Best Places to Work in New Zealand awards, sponsored by Haines Recruitment Advertising. Around 100 organisations ...
Today’s Questions concerned the subjects of: Economy – Racial Unrest Over Closing Gaps – ANZFC Food Standards – Officials Advice On Gaps – Public Sector Leadership – Foodbanks Demand – Apple Deregulation – Super Scrutiny – Cell Phone Safety For ...
The first of hundreds of New Zealand babies born on 14 November this year has received her free Life Pass to the newly combined Mt Ruapehu Ski Area.
Paraphrased answers to today's questions will be posted in the Scoops wire shortly after 3pm.
The government is to make authoritative, accurate, and up-to-date versions of New Zealand legislation available without charge through the internet. Print access will continue to be provided at a reasonable price.
Mild Greens say that discussions on a range of “cost savings measures” for the NZ Police should start with removing the inequitable prohibition on cannabis - and redundancy of at least half the police force.
Christmas Polling Woes - Will The Health Legislation Pass? - Taxpayers Rights - Bill - The Widening Gaps - Maori MPs Concerned - Rubbery Figures - ACT Wednesday
Adrian Chisholm continued with his struggle to give evidence this afternoon, offering details of this morning's allegations against the council over frequent objections from opposing counsel. Cross examination of Adrian Chisholm was imminent, and the ...
TRANSCRIPT of Vice President Al Gore's statement to the US People on his decision to challenge the certified vote in the State of Florida.
The Bank for International Settlements says that 30% of this year's international syndicated loans were for telecom debt while in Europe, it's a record-breaking 40% of total loans. This is an accident waiting to happen. John Howard writes.
Contradicting months of hype by lobby groups, the vast majority of businesses believe the Government's new employment legislation will have no impact on the number of people they employ, a survey released today shows.
By now you have probably heard that the courts have given the Florida Count to Bush (prior to the next wave of litigation, anyway). Check out this scenario, which looks pretty likely:
Confirmation from the Greens that they will be supporting opposition amendments to Labour’s Health and Disability Bill means the coalition may suffer a major defeat on a cornerstone government policy.
The Editor of Investigate magazine is calling on Attorney-General Margaret Wilson to step aside from any further role in the Winebox controversy, after discovering what he alleges is a potentially major conflict of interest.
Auckland Central MP and Minister Assisting the Prime Minister on Auckland Issues, Judith Tizard, has expressed dismay over the decision by Fullers Group to cancel its daily ferry service between Gulf Harbour and Downtown Auckland.
The Green Party today said it would support amendments to the Health and Disability Bill that improved the legislation, regardless of which political party proposed them.
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Green MP Nandor Tanczos said he was heartened at the range and quality of ideas floated by the Kaitaia community at a forum last Friday on how New Zealand could do better in dealing with cannabis.