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In a ministerial statement to Parliament this evening the Government announced that it has decided to deploy New Zealand's armed forces into prisons to deal with a paper-work ban.
As it happened: on the morning of the day that Israeli and American delegates walked out of the UN anti-racism conference at Durban, South Africa, two groups were confronting each other outside the Supreme Court building in Jerusalem.
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We’re supposed to be cheering. The official unemployment rate is now 5.2%, the lowest quarterly rate since March 1988. Job numbers increased by 0.9% this quarter, the strongest growth in five years. That’s good, isn’t it?
Hey Sister! today announced it has signed Big Brother star Jemma Gawned to be the face of its brand. Jemma, too modest to shower without lingerie on the “real-time” television programme, was featured wearing a Hey Sister! Polka Dot lingerie set on ...
SUVA (Pasifik Nius): The Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewanivanua (SDL) candidate Konisi Yabaki became the first member of Fiji's new House of Representatives after winning his Kadavu Fijian Provincial seat early this morning.
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His current partner seems to be suffering from a common and boring neurosis, prevalent amongst those women who have adopted affectations toward feminism, without actually having spent much time thinking about it.
The United States and Israel delegations have quit the UN Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance in protest at attempts by delegates to single out Israel as a racist state. Time for some media balance. ...
Tony Blair's "Third Way" Government has its traditional supporters fuming at plans to turn to the private sector to help deliver radical reform to schools, hospitals and transport. Doesn't New Zealand follow the "Third Way?" Maree ...
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One of the major stories in the media in the past week was the announcement by Michelle Boag that she intends to rid the National Party of its deadwood. According to Ms. Boag, the party needs an injection of new blood that will deliver the party some ...
More images of the environs of the most photogenic mountain village in the world taken by Norman Mackay .
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Chicago: Some are calling it the most significant breakthrough yet in genetic technology, while others say it is the beginning of an ecological nightmare. Either way, all agree the announcement by the Chicago Institute of Micro-genetic Research that a ...
confronted by david's views, you could either agree or disagree. but there was one, particular comment that he made in his epistle that i do have to take issue with. he made the comment that mens' names are in fact brands. um, er, what about women ...
Images of hit Australian TV show Big Brother star Jemma Gawned, the new face of the Hey Sister! lingerie brand. For more background see… Big Brother! Hey Sister! – Too Good To Take Off! .
No one believes the New Zealand government is accepting 150 Afghan refugees out of concern for the Afghans, ACT leader Richard Prebble says.
Libertarianz health deregulation spokesman Dr Richard McGrath today explained his party's stance on the soon-to-be-available 'abortion pill'. "My party supports abortion on demand," he said. "While realising that most women do not choose ...
Prime Minister Helen Clark today announced that Mark Solomon and Josie Karanga have been appointed to the Museum of New Zealand board.
Green co-leader Rod Donald said today's defeat of a Green amendment to have a definition of 'socially responsible' inserted into the New Zealand superannuation bill highlights differences between the Greens and all other parties in parliament.
“The more things supposedly change the more they stay the same under Labour and National,” says New Zealand First Leader, Rt Hon Winston Peters in response to the Government’s announcement to appoint former Prime Minister Jim Bolger to head NZ Post and the ...
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It is as if the school bully, after being told off by the headmaster, but maintaining its right to smack a fellow pupil around is now telling the entire student body that they are the ones that are wrong, that they have always been prejudiced against them ...
Jim Bolger's appointment as chairman of NZ Post and the People's Bank is a sign of the government's desperation, ACT leader Richard Prebble says.
"The University of Auckland's managers are destroying an invaluable part of Auckland's heritage" stated Brian Van Dam of the university Mathematics Dept.
The Minister of Defence continues to refuse to answer questions about his contact with former Chief of the Army, Piers Reid, National's Defence spokesperson Max Bradford said today.
Green Transport Spokesperson Sue Kedgley today said a suggestion to cut Wellington airport's runway by 300 metres would be bad news for both the city of Wellington and the safety of passengers.
New Zealand will pay a heavy price as more and more workplaces start to rumble under the Government's Employment Relations Act, says National's Industrial Relations spokesperson, Lockwood Smith.
The stinking hypocrisy of Attorney-General Margaret Wilson's Employment Relations Act is shown by the military move into the country's prisons says ACT's Corrections spokesman Stephen Franks.