Q+A - First interview for 2014
Q+A This Sunday
SUNDAY 9 MARCH AT
9.00AM ON TV ONE
Q+A is back on TV
ONE this Sunday morning with New Zealand's top current
affairs interviewers: Susan Wood, Corin Dann, Michael
Parkin, and new addition to the team, Rachel
Coming up in this weekend's
Education Minister Hekia Parata has big plans
to shake up the school sector. What’s next on her agenda?
And how will it affect you and your school?
worst week as Labour leader can David Cunliffe recover?
What does he really stand for?
And why Norman Kirk was one
of Labour’s greatest leaders - what could he teach modern
Q+A, Sunday 9 March at 9.00am
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'Tea Break Bill' Passes: Gordon Campbell On Bad Labour Laws And Poor Safety
By co-incidence, one of the prime dangers of the government’s new employment relations law has been underlined by the release of the death and injury statistics among workers at New Zealand ports. These are highly profitable enterprises for the port owners.
The Port of Tauranga for instance, is expecting its current full-year profit to be between $78 million and $83 million and other ports are enjoying similar boom times – but they are also highly dangerous places for the people who work on or around the port premises. At the Port of Tauranga, there have been 26 serious accidents since 2011, and two deaths. More>>
Forestry Safety Report Released: