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Keith, Your Southland/Otago analogy for trans-tasman relation is wearing a bit thin.
One of New Zealand's leading oral and maxillofacial surgeons, Marsden Bell of Auckland, has been honoured with a Distinguished Service Award from the International Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons.
The New Zealand School Trustees Association is warning that legal action will be taken against local councils that continue to impose illegal rate charges on school houses occupied by staff.
We're told the success of Ireland is an example for New Zealand to follow in surfing the knowledge wave into the future. But, hold on, Ireland receives millions of dollars of U.S. and EU cash subsidies. Maree Howard writes.
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.
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 ...
On Monday, August 13th, at 7 pm a public meeting will be held in Thistle Hall for anyone concerned about the recommendations from the Royal Commission on Genetic Modification. The meeting is aimed at bringing together all peoples who are concerned with the ...
Just thought I'd share with you a quite disgusting first hand experience of the abuse of police power - in terms of weapons and racism from the police.
Imagine if the opposite to Metamorphosis were to come about one morning and everyone but yourself was turned into a some kind of huge and monstrous insect.
ACT Finance Spokesman Rodney Hide today released a Treasury document revealing the 'People's Bank' would profit from its customers even more than existing banks.
Bill English's comment as reported on Radio NZ that the National Party supports regional development is in stark contrast to National's behaviour over the last 11 years.
His proposed Northland prison at Ngawha is a disaster. Originally estimated to cost $40 million, the cost has blown out to over $100 million, and it is still growing.
"You must get a lot of strange looks driving a white Holden," said the cheerful Maori bloke at the carpark ticket booth. I was running late for a meeting, and looked at him rather blankly. "You know, it looks just like a cop car," he added.
"The National Party are a pack of backsliding born-to-rule hypocrites who have lost touch with their founding principles ," announced Libertarianz spokesman Richard McGrath today.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair's cancellation of his two-day visit to New Zealand in October is further evidence that New Zealand is being put in the chiller by Australia, Opposition Leader Jenny Shipley said today.
Following on from awesome success last year, the SWO is excited to host the 2nd Anti-Capitalism conference, September 28-29th.
The house full sign is out at Auckland’s newest shopping centre only three months after the final stage of Botany Town Centre was handed over by the construction team.
The Electoral Commission announced today it had registered another political party—bringing the number of registered political parties to 23.
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New Zeal Incorporated property developer and author Job Bones today filed a lawsuit against an Auckland parking warden for failing to recognise him after he parked on top of an environmentalist in Queen Street.
Once again you seem to be the ONLY news outfit that isn't afraid to tell it like it is
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National MP Tony Steel is campaigning to reduce youth offending by making parents financially responsible for the crimes of their children.
To understand what is the preferred future for Air New Zealand, we need to think about the nature of the international airline industry and the nature of the home region from which it operates and within which it flies "domestic" services. ...
The decision on whether to allow a hard rock gold mine on conservation land near Reefton is a major test of Government's commitment to sustainable development, the Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society says.
The launch of Steve Maharey's new work programme, Activity in the Community, has been a resounding flop compared with the work for the dole scheme which was axed by this Government, figures provided to ACT Employment Spokesman Dr Muriel Newman ...
- International treaty examination of the ILO Convention 63 Concerning Statistics of Wages and Hours of Work, 1938
The PC is 20 years old on August 12, but despite more power and gizmos, it still has the ability to annoy to the point of physical violence.
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30: ERA working well
The Minister of Labour Margaret Wilson says the Employment Relations Act is working well, nine months after it came into effect.