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New Zealand’s leading broadcaster and New Zealand’s leading telecommunications company have joined together in a programme designed to put every New Zealander on screen for the Millennium.
What's driving the future of automotive brands? Address to the Toyota Australia dealers conference Sydney, 23 September 1999
Concern is mounting worldwide that donor-money countries provide to the IMF and World Bank for loans may not be reaching those in need. John Howard reports.
The Minister of Internal Affairs, Jack Elder, has announced he’ll be retiring from Parliament at the General Election.
The Government appears determined to duck Parliamentary questions on the Auditor-General's inquiry into the Work and Income NZ chartered aircraft affair, says Labour's social welfare spokesperson Steve Maharey.
Today’s questions for oral answer by Ministers are….
Native Forest Action urges the public and media to be skeptical of the latest Timberlands public relations stunt which is scheduled for Tuesday, 12:30pm outside Parliament Buildings.
GOOD DAY MEDIAPHILES ... so we have a date with democracy on November 27, and not November 6. The Prime Minister has apparently surprised the pundits and disappointed some of her caucus by going for the earlier date.
Walking around in downtown Colombo, with its magnificent Ocean front on one side and its colonial buildings on another, it is easy to forget about a war being fought in the country somewhere in the North. The three-wheelers, the hawkers selling everything ...
East Timor: Donations, Refugees – Jack Elder – Genetics: Petition, Monsanto, Farm Conference – Split ENZ Concert – Drug Use – Chechnya – UN Human Rights Committee – Birth Interventions – Snail Study – Nuclear Accident – Rugby World Cup
"Mauri Pacific fully understands Jack Elder's decision to step down at this year's election," its Leader, Hon Tau Henare, said today.
Today's order paper for government orders of the day contains the following...this is the final sitting week of this session.
Last weeks announcement of the November 27 election date has well and truly seen campaigning by all parties begin in earnest. Jonathan Hill reports on the first of nine long weeks.
Members of the Rebel Caucus have slammed Labour's Tertiary Education policy, released on Wednesday.
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The initiative of the group of academics campaigning against the referendum to reduce the numbers of MPs in Parliament is warmly commended by Waitakere MP and Chair of the Electoral Law Select Committee, Hon Marie Hasler,
ACC Minister Murray McCully insulted the convenors and participants at the International Forest Industry Safety Conference today by lying about Labour's ACC policy and the National Government's ACC "reforms", Labour ACC spokesperson Ruth Dyson ...
With less that 90 to go before Year 2000, a new poll reveals fifty-six percent of corporate leaders from US companies operating in the global market, plan to put aside nine days of food and withdraw ten days worth of cash in anticipation of y2k computer ...
'The announcement that the biggest antitrust lawsuit ever is to mount an international challenge to take leading GE seed producers to court is very welcome,’ said Alliance health and environment spokesperson Phillida Bunkle.
WINZ has two months to prepare for a massive influx of loan and allowance applications from Massey University students. Massey is waiting until after the 27 November election to announce fees for 2000.