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The Case Against G.W. Bush: a Preliminary "Hearing" in the Court of Common Sense
After 15 years of observation and a lot of patience, the world's premier planet-hunting team has finally found a planetary system that reminds them of our own home solar system.
GOOD DAY MEDIAPHILES ...so, July 27 for the general election. It's either an outrage, a blessed relief or of no particular account. Opposition parties, letters columns and talkback radio have been foaming, but vox pops seemed to indicate that the general ...
“The decision to send Constable A to trial for murder is an outrage and will seriously impact upon the level of safely and security we all currently feel in New Zealand”, said New Zealand First Leader and MP for Tauranga Rt Hon Winston Peters.
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 ...
It seems a quaint notion now, but parenting used to be a fairly organic experience with the relationship between parent and child evolving in a natural way. But observing new parents you could be forgiven for thinking that today parenting is a whole different ...
Aoraki Wayne Marriott – Constituency and List Candidate Wayne Marriott, 37, is a mediator for conflict resolution and negotiations, for the Ministry of Housing in Mid and South Canterbury, and North Otago. He has qualifications from several tertiary ...
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Beijing/London – A Greenpeace report reviewing Chinese experience of genetically engineered (GE) Bt (Bacillus thuringiensis) cotton shows adverse environmental impacts after just five years of commercial growing, concluding that the variety will be ...
UnansweredQuestions.org, an independent, non-partisan network of citizens concerned about the growing number of issues surrounding September 11, as yet un-addressed or unresolved, launched its new website at the first press conference dealing with ...
The following are the demographic tables from the May 2002 UMR Insight Political Poll. This information, not often made available to the public, is the bread and butter of political strategists.
HEADER NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: I have compiled a list of relevant questions on 9/11 taken from a recent post asking DUers to list their favourites. In addition, some DUers provided lists of questions posted on other sites which I have included here. ...
It's unbelievable how some people think it is their right to have their life funded by others in return for nothing, apart from irresponsibility!
The British ships about to pick up a consignment of plutonium present one of the gravest of all threats to global security.
Statement from Nga Taitamariki ki o Nga Puhi Currently occupying the Head Office, Dept of Corrections, Mayfair House, 44 - 52 The Terrace, Wellington.
Editor Bev Conover discussed cowardly Ivory Tower leftists, or liberals afraid to get their hands dirty by thoroughly investigating September 11 irregularities, in her June 4, 2002 article for Online Journal "Has the Establishment Left become a ...
Today’s protest by Greenpeace, that the Prime Minister’s comments at the Fieldays were “political posturing” and degrading of the GE debate, are quite extraordinary the Chairman of the Life Sciences Network, Dr William Rolleston said today.
The price of gold and gold stocks is sky-rocketing with Central banks across the world coming in for severe criticism for the way they have sold official gold reserves, although in a disguised form. Maree Howard writes.
The New Zealand School Trustees Association has issued a plea to the PPTA and government to resolve the secondary school teachers pay dispute before a student is physically harmed.
New Zealanders living overseas, who are on the electoral roll, can vote in the election. Just log on to www.act.org.nz and see details on how to receive voting forms by e-mail. (Click on the "Voting Overseas" Banner)
With Parliament now having closed and the country gearing up for a snap election, most people remain totally confused as to why the election has been forced on us. It is especially perplexing given that both of the Alliance Party leaders as well ...
A highly reliable confidential client source who wishes to remain anonymous has promised to send me an FBI copy of a high-level Al Qaida report dating back to the embassy bombings in Africa several years ago. The email report was captured in Africa from ...
The triennial “look-at-me” season is now upon us. Many promises will be made, some even with good intentions, but very little will be said about the most pressing issue we face. From paintergate and fraudulent curriculum vitae to crime and school suspensions, ...
In the past I have argued that tactical voting was the norm under the former FPP voting system, and is the exception under the present MMP system.
Public hearings on controversial experiments to genetically modify cows with a cocktail of genes and clone them has been delayed by ERMA, till after the general election.
Trevor Mallard has to go over his completely incompetent handling of the secondary teachers' pay row, says National Leader Bill English.
The Post Primary Teachers’ Association would rather have a settlement than a roll-over of their Secondary Teachers Collective Agreement.
ACT leader Richard Prebble, in response to media inquiries, said today he did not believe any jury would convict Constable Keith Abbott of murder.
Friday 14 June, Auckland. Political posturing is further degrading the quality of debate on genetic engineering said Greenpeace today.
The spokesman for GE-Free NZ is just wrong, again, when he criticises ERMA for delaying its hearings into the AgResearch cattle application until after the election, the Chairman of the Life Sciences Network, Dr William Rolleston said today.