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New Zealand will never ride the Knowledge Wave while the number of people on welfare continues to rise, ACT leader Richard Prebble says.
July 27: At 12 noon, in more than 42* towns and cities across the country, New Zealanders are gathering to show the Government they want a GE-Free nation. The nationwide gatherings are being held to mark the handover of the recommendations of the Royal Commission ...
The members of the Royal Commission on Genetic Modification will call on the Governor-General, the Honourable Dame Silvia Cartwright, at 3:30 pm on Friday 27 July, to present their report.
New Zealand women aged between 30 and 49 years are the most generous in the country, according to a survey conducted by CCF NZ recently.
1. Hon KEN SHIRLEY to the Minister for Industry and Regional Development: Has he seen a report to the Wood Processing Strategy Climate Change Group prepared by the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research in July 2001; if so, what does he conclude ...
State Owned Enterprises Minister Mark Burton is under fire for walking out on a select committee hearing, at which he was facing tough questions, to attend a reception for a General from the People's Liberation Army of China.
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The Prostitution Reform Bill and the bill on paid parental leave are two of the most discriminatory bills around. I partially support the prostitution bill purely because it will provide sex workers with protection – well, those 18 and over at least. Those ...
Action Update. Thank you to those who came to Bellfield Rd on wedneasday to prevent United Water from disconnecting Peter's water services. It was a great success and water is still flowing. Thanks also to Auckland Water Pressure Group who brought ...
"RNZ has issued PSA members with notices of suspension following a failure to resolve Collective Agreement negotiations in mediation today" said PSA national secretary Richard Wagstaff.
Today's questions of the day concerned: Knowledge Wave And Economic Policy – Benefit Policy – Jim, His Bank, And The Securities Act x 2 – Swearing At Public Servants – Jury Reforms – Air New Zealand – Legal Proceedings – Trevor Mallard’s Views On ...
A strong July result has seen Ford New Zealand claim number one position for passenger and total vehicles sales for the month, and also reclaim total industry leadership for the year to date.
Today's questions of the day concerned: Climate Change And Forestry – Health Racial Bias Allegations – People’s Bank And PM – Tertiary Education Strategy – Jim’s Securities Regs Breach – Numeracy Teaching - ANZFA Changes – DHB Deficit Forecasts – Immigration ...
The Attorney General Margaret Wilson says the Crown will not be seeking costs in the case of Christine Rankin.
Radio New Zealand staff members belonging to the Public Service Association will strike from 4.00 pm today. Parties engaged in mediation were making some progress when PSA representatives walked out at 1.30 pm this afternoon.
Ford New Zealand, Sky City Ltd and Auckland based vehicle accessory manufacturer Best Bars are the brains behind the current Sky Tower promotion, which has seen a new Escape Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) suspended 60 metres above the street.
SUVA (FLP): A documentary produced by Labour Party senator 'Atu Bain in the deposed coalition government has been screened on the Australian television network SBS.
Inadequate information about mine design mean that water pollution problems from a proposed Reefton gold mine cannot be properly assessed, according to reports obtained under the Official Information Act by the Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society.
Human Cloning – Heart Study – Northern Ireland – Tertiary Funding – Peter Sinclair – Killing Fields – Lundy Murders – Prison Officers – Recycling Inundation – Retail Sales
Images of the view over Queenstown from Norman Mackay . Queenstown taken on 2nd August from the Skyline viewing area. View from the Skyline Gondola taken on 2nd August.
National strongly objects to the conclusions of a select committee on MMP which favour sticking to the status quo and exclude allowing the public to have a say on the future of MMP.
Minister Burton's last minute so called legal opinions are laughable says ACT MP Stephen Franks, an experienced commercial lawyer. "He waved the first around Parliament last week to deny offences by the Deputy Prime Minister, Mr Anderton.
The Green Party is satisfied with the outcome of the Select Committee Inquiry into MMP.
ACT will continue to press for abolition of Maori seats ' despite the majority decision of the MMP Review Committee to retain them, Justice Spokesman Stephen Franks said.
Shell New Zealand has welcomed the release of the public discussion document on fuel quality.
"As predicted by ACT New Zealand, the Government's paralysis in lifting the moratorium on clinical and field trials for genetically modified organisms is driving research offshore and contributing to the brain drain," says Ken Shirley, ACT's ...
Italian embryologist Severino Antinori, the man who enabled a 62-year-old women to have a baby in 1994, is scheduled to announce later this week at the National Academy of Sciences, that he will genetically clone humans by impregnating 200 women. ...
The 4-month 2001 Ma¯ori Electoral Option closed on Wednesday 1 August 2001 with a significant increase in the total number of new Ma¯ori enrolments. 18,574 new Ma¯ori enrolments were received; 40.9% more than in the last Option in 1997.
Newly formed action group 'Justice and Action on Hash' condemns the recent comments of both sides of the cannabis debate regarding the STA's petition against decriminalisation. JAH supports the full and unregulated legalisation of cannabis.
The Government's new $35 million tertiary fund is a poorly disguised bribe aimed at getting weak Minister Steve Maharey out of his latest fix, ACT Tertiary Education Spokesman Dr Muriel Newman said.