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In this short book, I argue that there is strong evidence that the events of 11th September represent a terrorism of a kind not currently being discussed, and include the involvement of agents and agencies not publicly imagined as being associated ...
The NZ Internet Awards for 2001 have been awarded and go to the individuals and organisations detailed below. Our congratulations to them and we hope they appreciate having their excellence recognised by the New Zealand public through these awards.
Congratulations to Tim Mycock for taking the prize in the "Best Example of War Hysteria" category.
In the first seven decades of the 20th century, there was one major force pushing for public ownership and control of the industries that dominate national economies. That force was socialism.
The White House has been caught in a lie about the alleged terrorist threat against Air Force One [U.S. President's official airplane] which it had cited as the reason for President Bush's absence from Washington for most of September 11.
Four new settlements are about to be created on Sunday, October 7, at various points in the occupied territories. The pirate radio station "Channel 7", which operates illegally but unimpeded from studios at the settlement of Beit El, right ...
I’m reminded of the old story about a surgeon, an engineer and an economist discussing which profession has the longest history.
The Government will hold a press conference in the Beehive Theatrette on Air New Zealand today at 9am.
“The government will invest up to $885 million in two stages to secure the future viability of Air New Zealand,” Finance Minister Michael Cullen announced today.
While government officials in the West scour the records of banks and politicians introduce new laws to halt the flow of money used for terrorist activities, an ancient system of exchange which the West finds impossible to control is still used by hundreds ...
An apology to Michael Kepler and the American people on behalf of many New Zealanders
1. Rt Hon JENNY SHIPLEY to the Minister of Finance: What justification was there for turning down Singapore Airlines' offer to put in $650 million to save Air New Zealand while now agreeing to inject $885 million of taxpayers' money into a marginalised ...
“The Government’s decision to effectively buy an 83% stake in Air New Zealand is another example of the free market lunacy that Labour started coming full circle and costing the taxpayer a fortune not once, but twice” says New Zealand first Leader, ...
(1) There has been an immense movement of troops and extreme use of military rhetoric, up to comments about terminating governments, etc. Yet, to many people there appears to be considerable restraint...what happened?
On 6 September a private prosecution for murder was brought against Constable Abbot, the police officer who shot Steven Wallace on 30 April 2000, by Steven’s father Jim Wallace.
New Zealanders want a strong and successful Air New Zealand - but that has been put at risk by the Government's dithering during the middle of this year. "That dithering starved Air New Zealand of funds, forcing a situation where a huge amount ...
1. THE RESPONSE TO TERRORISM - SHANE FRITH 2. YOUNG NATS MOVIE SCOOPS AWARDS 3. CLARK ADMITS IGNORING PHONE CALL 4. MPS vs ROCK STARS 5. TOP TEN SIGNS MARIAN HOBBS IS STRUGGLING 6. WEBSITE OF THE WEEK
ACT leader Richard Prebble is seeking to ask the Prime Minister an urgent question in Parliament today regarding Australian media reports that two men being held in Paremoremo Prison are believed by police to be commanders in the Taleban militia.
Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister Phil Goff confirmed that members of the Government have been briefed by the United States on the evidence which currently exists linking al Qaeda and Bin Laden to the World Trade Centre and Pentagon terrorist attacks.
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Opposition Leader Jenny Shipley today launched National's 'Demand a Say on MMP' campaign by unveiling a billboard in Wellington with the help of members of the public and other National MPs. The billboard will be appearing in other major centres over the ...
The one billion dollars earmarked to prop up Air New Zealand should be spent on making our country's education system the best in the world, ACT Education Spokesman MP Donna Awatere Huata said today.
A pohutukawa tree at 'the end of the world' has stirred up debate on whether the Spanish were the first Europeans to reach New Zealand, ahead of the Dutch and the British.
“It’s about science” says Act. “If we don’t go ahead New Zealand will become a 3rd world country” says National. “We don’t want frog genes in our potatoes” say Greens. In this debate, the remarkable news story is being completely ignored. Where are ...
Cullen Press Conference with Rob Cameron, Jim Anderton, Mark Burton 9.00am, 4 October 2001
Pacifists like our current Government and the Greens, are far from being the "moral choice" of say refusing to fight for the Nazi's in WW2 would have been are actually hurting the cause of freedom by siding with the perpetrators of terror and whether ...
28: Air New Zealand
United Future leader, Hon Peter Dunne, has expressed hope that the Government's re-financing package for Air New Zealand will allow the airline to put its woes behind it and re-focus on its role as the national carrier.
The next step towards making New Zealand an international data security hub is about to take place with two of the main proponents, technology consultant Gary Connolly of The Digital Agenda, and Arjen DeLandgraaf, the New Zealand representative (telecommunications ...
The ACT Party is opposed to the government putting taxpayers' money into Air New Zealand, saving the airline's shareholders, ACT leader Richard Prebble says.