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The following image sequence shows the death of anti-capitalist Carlo Giuliani during protests in Genoa yesterday, Friday 20th July.
EN was detained for five hours by Carabinieri. JA was beaten by Carabinieri. This is our account. NOTE: The authors of this report have requested to be identified only by their initials.
Creative New Zealand has filed 234 trade mark applications and incurred Intellectual Property Office fees in excess of $23,000, (excluding any legal fees incurred) trying to register, among other things, the words 'Maori Made" and variations of them ...
United States President George W. Bush is claiming success in behalf of his fellow G-8 leaders following their summit meeting in Genoa over the past week. Despite having to contend with differences of opinion with European nations over the Kyoto pact ...
Today's questions of the day concerned: Super – Charity Tax Status – Ngawha Prison Bribery Allegations – DHB Deficits And Service Cuts – Time Limits On Benefits – Statutory Management For ENZA – Telephone Line Charges – Select Committee Evasion – ERO Review ...
It is interesting to note that the US Army has decided to equip its Interim Brigade Combat Teams with LAV-111's of a similar variant to those being purchased by our government for the New Zealand Defence Force.
Travel to Indonesia’s capital Jakarta should be avoided unless it is essential, Prime Minister Helen Clark said this afternoon.
1. MARK PECK to the Minister of Finance: Has he received any reports on the future of New Zealand Superannuation; if so, what do they say?
The following images show the foam and surf on the South Coast yesterday. Ferry crossings of the Cook Strait were cancelled yesterday due to heavy seas.
Noon – 23 July 2001 Wellington, Manners mall: Greenpeace activists took to street theatre today with a caricature of George W Bush melting an ice sculpture of planet earth with a blowtorch, to highlight Bush rejecting the Kyoto Protocol.
ACT Commerce Spokesman Stephen Franks says the Prime Minister and Minister of Commerce should answer the unusually frank condemnation from one of the leading intellectual property law firms about Creative New Zealand's attempt to corner all rights to the ...
The theatrical trailer for the year’s most-anticipated family film - “Harry Potter & The Philosopher’s Stone” will make its cinema screen debut in New Zealand for the first time on Thursday, April 5.
The Commerce Select Committee today released two reports slating Deputy Prime Minister Jim Anderton's pet projects, ACT MP Rodney Hide said.
The storming of the police into the building that hosted the GSF media center (press office, Indymedia, Radio Gap, ManifestoCarta, ...) and into the building opposite to it destroys the constitution of the Italian state. Beside the Government choice ...
Images from Ohau ski-field, nearby the most photogenic mountain village in the world, taken by Norman Mackay .
They're Back! Economic rationalists such as former Australian PM Paul Keating who undermined the bargaining power of workers and dismantled Australia's economic defences, along with Harvard University's Dr Michael Porter of the Roger Douglas era, are scheduled ...
Last weekends G8 summit in Genoa, Italy – the last of it’s kind - will be remembered for Europe’s worst rioting, rather than discussions of G8 leaders on economic and policy issues for poor countries.
Bonn Agreement – Deltec Sale – Michelle Boag – Indonesian President – Cocaine Sentence – Maori TV – Northland Prison – Brian Curtis Boat Accident – Hen Farm – Teenage Births – Women Bishops
Even as George II was disentangling his thumb from the handle of one of Elizabeth II's teacups, news of his munificence towards certain impoverished nations was being delivered to my mailbox. "Dear Taxpayer:" the letter said, "We are ...
We learn from the Italian media that in a meeting held in Rome on May 24, the Italian and the US government have decided to declare war to the multitude of brothers and sisters that will gather in Genoa against the G8 meeting scheduled for July.
Federated Farmers is bitterly disappointed at claims that the New Zealand Government was first in line to support the compromise negotiation at COP6b in Bonn last night.
Sneak Preview Of Intel® 845 Chipset For Pentium® 4 Processor–Based Platform At Computex Taiwan ‘2001
The Government's excessive use of consultants is proving, once again, that it says one thing yet does exactly the opposite, National's Economic and Regional Development spokesperson, John Luxton said today.
In the wake of Helen Clark's support for a whale sanctuary in the South Pacific, Libertarianz spokesman Richard McGrath called instead for the opposite - the sale of whaling rights within New Zealand's economic zone.
The promise by the Prime Minister of belt-tightening by her Ministers has been exposed by the Commerce Select Committee as a sham, following questions from National's spokesperson on Economic and Regional Development, John Luxton.
News that some university Vice-Chancellors' are being paid over $300,000 and that their salaries are on the increase, underlines a tension between the demands for university funding, and the amount that people on high incomes pay in tax says Deputy ...
Financial police guarding their office which had its windows smashed during yesterday's clashes between Black Block activists and police, carrying huge machine guns. This photo was shot when police attacked the peaceful march in the streets below with ...
New Zealand's harsh anti-smoking laws are a dismal failure, says United Future leader, Hon Peter Dunne.
Over the past few months there has been much written and spoken about the proposed New Zealand Superannuation Bill that is having its second reading today.
The decisions you take at this annual general meeting will have repercussions for the future. I believe it is time for you to take a good, long, hard look at yourselves. In the words of the younger generation: To get real.