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MAdGE (Mothers Against Genetic Engineering in Food and the Environment) today launched a highly controversial billboard campaign in Auckland and Wellington to provoke public debate about the social and cultural ethics of genetic engineering in New Zealand.
In anticipation of the release of The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, the central instalment in writer/director/producer Peter Jackson's epic trilogy based on the J.R.R. Tolkien masterpiece, Te Papa proudly announces a world exclusive and a bold ...
Emirates Team New Zealand managing director Grant Dalton is delighted with the calibre of the people who make up the core of the team for 2007.
There's only one issue to discuss right now: the extra-constitutional rules and philosophy of the Bush Administration, as revealed in the legal briefs and memos drafted for Rumsfeld and Ashcroft and Bush on the torture question.
The ZM radio network in association with the mary-kateandashley brand is searching for New Zealand's biggest Mary-Kate and Ashley fan! The winner and two companions will get to meet the most famous teenagers on the planet in their home city, Los ...
Questions to Ministers 1. Rt Hon WINSTON PETERS to the Minister of Immigration: Is he confident that the New Zealand Immigration Service is working collaboratively with other Government departments to ensure illegal immigrants are identified and ...
Prime Minister Helen Clark said today that acting ministers for Hon Steve Maharey’s portfolios were being appointed until late July.
Simon Dallow ought to be grateful to have been relieved of newsreading duties at TVNZ, because he is proving to be far more useful in the more challenging roles of making and fronting other television fare...
In spite of a robust and energetic press conference held recently in New York, which was wide open to the public, a spokesman for Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez reiterated Chavez's promise that he would cut off crude oil supplies from the US's 3rd largest ...
"It's pretty clear the state broadcaster knows who is paying the wages following the so-called 'documentary' about the Prime Minister screened on TV One last night," says National Party Broadcasting spokeswoman Georgina te Heuheu.
I am genuinely thrilled to be here today. Thank you so much for the opportunity to speak to you.
New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters has told Don Brash to wait until the election before he starts picking and choosing coalition partners.
Former CIA Director George Tenet committed perjury in his April 14 testimony before the 9/11 Commission when he claimed he had not met with President Bush in the month before the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon.
The U.S. Army has employed as many as 27 contractors to run its interrogation operations, according to media reports. But while CACI and Titan are getting all the mainstream media play, it appears that far more than 27 contract employees were involved in ...
In this edition: 1. Taxpayer Funding Of The Latest Americas Cup Challenge 2. Historical claims of patient abuse in NZ mental health institutions 3. Sunday Star-Times Story About ACT MP Stephen Franks and His Unemployed Farm Manager 4. The New ACT Leader ...
New Zealanders have embraced online car buying undertaking 200,000 automotive listings on Trade Me Motors since its launch eight months ago with growth tipped to double by years’ end.
"These Colors Don't Run" - Given its strutting brownshirt quality, here is a slogan that might well have been coined by America's most articulate political thug, Pat Buchanan.
“It is inconceivable that a dangerous illegal immigrant is still resident in New Zealand despite the Immigration Service and Police having full knowledge of his whereabouts”, said Rt Hon Winston Peters in the House today.
The truth which no one dares speak of is that as we approach the third anniversary of the Sept 11 attack there has still been no official investigation into the murders of 3000 people that day...at least no investigation to which the American people ...
The results of a new survey confirm growth in union membership but also identify the weaknesses in the Employment Relations Act’s capacity to promote collective bargaining as it was intended to do, Council of Trade Unions president Ross Wilson said today.
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The new Identity (Citizenship and Travel Documents) Bill to be introduced this month will not contain any reference to citizenship by birth issues, Internal Affairs Minister George Hawkins says.
The US intelligence apparatus has created it own terrorist organizations. And at the same time, it creates its own terrorist warnings concerning the terrorist organizations which it has itself created.
Budget Blunder Labour's big spending will force many working families onto state dependence. Just how bad this 2004 budget is for New Zealand has recently been shown by National revealing the following take-home figures for 2007
Five more high profile New Zealanders are the latest in a line-up of household names backing the recently launched campaign www.nzflag.com to change the New Zealand flag.
The election of Rodney Hide as ACT leader certainly came as a surprise to many, but now the contest is over the question is whether he can save his party from electoral oblivion.
Some adjustment is inevitable in concluding trade agreements with China, Thailand and Chile said Suse Reynolds, TLN Executive Director, when she spoke to Export New Zealand Canterbury today.
United Nations, New York, June 13: The destruction of the deep seas will continue to accelerate after New Zealand officials failed to oppose Iceland, Japan, and other countries that blocked proposals for protection of the High Seas at a United Nations ...
Nearly 3,000 refugees who have fled to Burundi following recent fighting in the eastern Congolese city of Bukavu are receiving enough assistance to last them for 10 days, the United Nations refugee agency said today. Smaller numbers were still crossing ...
UPDATE: business as usual after MORTAR attack Business as usual for NZ troops at Fortress Lines after three mortar rounds were fired at Fortress Lines in Basrah where British and New Zealand troops live.