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September 11th drove me to turn off my tv and even CBC radio. I had to face dealing with the internet as my primary source of information - I long ago learned to say no to the telephone workers of the Sun and Province. The first days of September ...
Such was the headline in the 'Sydney Morning Hotpot' last week, quoting actor Michael Poe's outrage at learning his fellow Australians had been disenfranchised by their election system all these years. Poe discovered this on a flight from LA when someone ...
As part of the 2002 Fringe Festival the Improv Bandits are performing an hour long improvised musical.
"No man is good enough to govern another man without that mans consent." -Abraham Lincoln 1. A WORD FROM THE PREZ 2. A GUIDE TO STUDENT POLITICS 3. AWATERE HUATA: TIME TO END VIOLENCE TOWARDS WOMEN 4. NOBODY WANTS YOUTH RADIO, SAYS STUDY ...
The good news on all of this is that there are solutions. New technology blesses us with the potential tools we can use to radically increase productivity in a way that can "jump the curve" on our narco dollar addiction.
Within a few months, the events of Sept. 11th, 2001 became but an echo of the events that followed. War in Afghanistan, anthrax, unprecedented powers of detention: the public mind moves from one shock to another, appearing to accept the government’s ...
Last week Labour broke its clearest promise - "read my lips, no new taxes" - to impose a 4.7c petrol tax. Why? Labour's polls say Auckland traffic has become an election issue.
In This Issue: How The Government Can Help Graduates Pay Off Their Student Loans Quickly - Heartless Health System – A Taxing Issue - To Be Or Not To Be - The Great Republican Debate
In This Edition: From An Ex-Pat Yank - Re: Scoop Feedback & Response On Conspiracy Theories - No Time For Grace Or Toast
Wellingtonian Chris Price, co-ordinator for many years of the New Zealand Festival Writers and Readers Week, will embark on an exciting new career with the launch of her debut collection of poems, "Husk", during the 2002 New Zealand Festival.
GOOD DAY MEDIAPHILES ... was it rude of us to beat the long-suffering English cricket team while the Queen was here? Just asking. For as surely as a one-day batsman premeditates sweeping a spinner, there seemed to be an uncontrollable urge amongst the press and ...
Mayor John Banks did not even step inside the Council Chamber last night at a meeting of the full Council that was also attended by 50 Auckland residents concerned at the “new direction” Banks is taking. When asked point blank by Holmes on ZB this ...
The following pictures show film director Peter Jackson with members of the cast and crew of the Lord of the Rings trilogy of films, the filming of which is now drawing to a close in the Wellington region.
The Evening Post Wellington Brass Band and a talented cast perform New Zealand’s first 21st Century opera, by Wellington composer Aaron Lloydd.
Theatre Darkness Descends, No.5 Cable St, 6.30pm French Toast, BATS, 8pm Hamlet, Zeal, 7pm Hens’ Teeth, Circa, 7.30pm The Lordz of the RiNgZ, various street locations, 12.30pm Strip, Indigo, 6pm
Hundreds of students at Victoria University have filled out forms requesting their fees back from University Management for classes called off because of the staff strike scheduled to take place on Monday 4th March.
AUCKLAND, February 26, 2002 – Intel CEO Craig Barrett today said that the world’s economies are increasingly driven by technology, and that investing in and developing new technologies is key to prosperity and economic development. Despite the current ...
The Labour Government is dolling out cash and perks to public servants for joining a Labour-friendly union, ACT Finance Spokesman MP Rodney Hide revealed today.
Auckland students' total debt is set to double under the Labour/Alliance government, said ACT leader Richard Richard Prebble who is visiting Auckland University today.
Is the Deputy Prime Minister the same “socialist” who used to argue in the 1980s for the necessity of party activists and MPs to stand up and be counted if their party was selling its soul? Huw Jarvis examines whether Jim Anderton still stands ...
On Sunday Chris Laidlaw, on his radio show (National Radio), said that all except a few "flat earthers" accept that global warming is a reality.
Auckland, New Zealand, February 28, 2002 – The Vodafone Warriors head to Waitakere Stadium, West Auckland on Saturday 9 March for their final pre-season trial.
The Director General of the Institute of Cetacean Research in Tokyo, Dr. Seiji Ohsumi, today responded to criticism that Japan was sampling an endangered species of whale.
Green Party Health spokesperson Sue Kedgley said today that legal threats against an Auckland District Health Board member who had spoken to the media about underfunding were outrageous.
Indymedia Australia images and report of protests held this weekend at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting at Coolum, Australia.
ACT leader Richard Prebble says he's concerned the government is continuing to make refugee policy in an ad hoc way while on tour overseas.
The Sam and Dave dilemma of "to deal or not to deal" is made worse by the power of popular opinion.
The package of initiatives announced by Government yesterday has the potential to solve a number of the country’s major congestion problems, but this will only happen if Transit New Zealand and local authorities quickly commission those projects that ...
The breach of privilege case against Corrections Minister Matt Robson can't deal with the real scandals in payments to prisoners, says ACT's Justice spokesman Stephen Franks.