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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 ...
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This Sunday will see the end of an era, says Green MP Keith Locke, as three North Island train services chug into the station for the last time.
The American F16 deal that Helen Clark rebuffed in 1999 was a very attractive deal, ACT Defence Spokesman Owen Jennings said today.
Congratulations to Tim Mycock for taking the prize in the "Best Example of War Hysteria" category.
Auckland Town Hall took centre stage today as banners bearing the signatures of thousands of people were wrapped around the building to mark national "GE-Free Day" .
The New Zealand public are being spun a line by the mainstream media that "but for" the September 11 attacks on America, the New Zealand public would have looked askance at the Government's $885 million bailout of Air NZ. Even before the ...
Another Eyewitness account of what it felt like in New York this morning. This time the account is relayed in the form of an Internet Relay Chat conversation between Jeremy in NZ and Glyn in NYC.
The co-ordinators of today's GE Free Rally in Dunedin have declared the event a success. An estimated 350 locals attended the rally which was organised by the Dunedin Coalition for a GE Free Environment.
The Wellington Regional Council voted today to proceed with the process of returning Wellington’s passenger rail service to public control. The vote was thirteen to one in favour.
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The Campaign Against Foreign Control of Aotearoa (CAFCA) welcomes the Government’s decision to renationalise Air New Zealand. They recognised that this was the only way to protect the national interest with regards to aviation. The Air New Zealand ...
“The Government’s announcement of its $885m rescue package for Air New Zealand sets a positive precedent to investigate for the public health system,” said Mr Ian Powell, Executive Director of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists, today.
Responsibility for the terrorist atrocities This document does not purport to provide a prosecutable case against Usama Bin Laden in a court of law. Intelligence often cannot be used evidentially, due both to the strict rules of admissibility and to ...
Don't forget to put your clocks forward one hour before you go to bed next Saturday night (October 2, 1999).
Over 2,500 gathered in Wellington's Civic Square today to send a clear message to the Government. Wellington joined 20 centres around the country in order to show the public want New Zealand to remain GE Free.
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.
Spiderman protest poster for Wellington November 9th Anti WTO protests
An apology to Michael Kepler and the American people on behalf of many New Zealanders
HMNZS Manawanui and a crew of 28, under the command of Lieutenant Commander Lance Cook, RNZN, depart Devonport Naval Base today for service with the International Peace Monitoring Team (IPMT) in the Solomon Islands.
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.
Lion Nathan might have lost the battle for Montana but it is making sure that its vanquisher, British liquor giant Allied Domecq, does not forget it too easily. In a week which saw Lion take vital steps towards realising its wine strategy, announcing ...
One of the most extraordinary documentaries this Scoop has ever seen was broadcast on TV2 last night. The documentary "Signs Of God - Science Tests Faith", from Fox News was broadcast live on October 13 in Los Angeles (yesterday NZT).
Symantec Makes Internet Security Protection a Breeze with its 2002, Windows XP Compatible, Versions of World’s Most Trusted Security Products
Green Party Dunedin City Council candidate and convenor of the Dunedin Coalition for a GE Free Environment, Duncan Eddy, is concerned that supporters of genetic engineering have been deliberately misrepresenting the issue in the lead up to tomorrow's GE ...
The financial performance of Auckland International Airport Ltd has been very positive over the last financial year, Auckland City Council’s Investments Committee learned today.
AUCKLAND, October 5, 2001 - Intel today announced that six top makers of personal digital assistants (PDA) have selected the Intel® StrongARM* SA-1110 processor to power their next generation of communications products. The Intel processor technology ...
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When we chose the date for this public meeting on defence, we had no idea that the world would now be living with the threat of global terrorism, and that issues of defence would have such a high priority in our minds.
The following pictures show the inside of the set for the town of Bree from the Lord of The Rings Trilogy which began shooting in New Zealand yesterday under the direction of Peter Jackson.